2050

The year when Massachusetts will have net-zero carbon emissions, according to a new climate law that Gov. Charlie Baker signed into law last week. Experts believe the state will achieve the net-zero goal by adopting new building codes, establishing new targets for electric vehicles, charging stations and energy storage, as well as planting trees and other forms of direct air capture of carbon dioxide.

The year when Massachusetts will have net-zero carbon emissions, according to a new climate law that Gov. Charlie Baker signed into law last week. Experts believe the state will achieve the net-zero goal by adopting new building codes, establishing new targets for electric vehicles, charging stations and energy storage, as well as planting trees and other forms of direct air capture of carbon dioxide. (Ars Technica — March 29, 2021)