Understanding and responding to the business and legal impacts of COVID-19

Newly Released Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report

February 1, 2020, Retail Association of Nevada–

Many studies are mandated by the Nevada Legislature each session. Very few are packed with as bold of policies as the ones outlined in the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection’s newly released report on statewide greenhouse gas emissions. Senate Bill 254 was the impetus behind the report, tasking the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to craft an ambitious carbon reduction plan. The potential decarbonization playbook is demanding. And now that the report is out, Nevada businesses and residents should gear up for a changing world over the next several decades, or at least consider carpooling before driving to work solo becomes more expensive than ever. To read the entire article click here.


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