Wisconsin joined the U.S. Climate Alliance to uphold the Paris climate accord

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Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers (D) announced on Tuesday that his state will join the U.S. Climate Alliance, among 20 other states, to uphold the Paris climate accord.

“It’s time to lead our state in a new direction where we embrace science, where we discuss the very real implications of climate change, where we work to find solutions, and where we invest in renewable energy,” said Tony Evers (D) in anews release.

Wisonsin will commit to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and promote clean energy by joining this group of 20 states aiming to reduce their emissions considerably by 2025.

“This isn’t radical stuff, folks. It’s time for Wisconsin to lead the way in combatting climate change and investing in renewable energy,” said Evers on Twitter.


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