This Week's Climate Policy Update
02 February 2023
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
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With the 118th Congress underway, House Democrats
established a sustainable investing caucus while the House GOP
released new subcommittee chair and membership assignments. On the
local front, Illinois recently passed a sustainable aviation fuel
tax credit. Moreover, California lawmakers introduced legislation
regarding corporate emissions disclosure. Finally, the European
Union (EU) reached a provisional agreement on a Carbon Border
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