A new report finds that by constructing new solar farms every week in the next three decades, the US will be able to cut carbon emissions down to zero by mid-century, along with vastly more renewable energy infrastructures and developing all possible low carbon technologies. 

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“Ambition, targets, agreements and technology development are all necessary, but alone they are not enough to achieve our mid-century targets,” said Ashton. “The urgent imperative is for governments and industry to shift focus to the practical challenge of delivering a previously unimagined pace and scale of infrastructure development and engineered solutions“the urgent imperative is for governments and industry to shift focus to the practical challenge of delivering a previously unimagined pace and scale of infrastructure development and engineered solutions.” 

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