US Environment Agency calls for bids for $4.6 Billion in Grants to Cut Emissions

The EPA is offering $4.6 billion in grants to support state, local, and tribal governments in implementing climate action plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. These grants, funded by President Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act, aim to achieve his goal of cutting climate pollution by 50-52% by 2030. The program also addresses the impacts of climate change on vulnerable communities and aligns with the Justice40 initiative. The grants will be awarded through two competitions, and an EPA report shows that the IRA is on track to significantly reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 2030.



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