US city Berkeley prohibits gas infrastructure in new buildings: when there is a will, there is a way
The United-States in the Trump era have considerably weakened their international commitments in regards to climate action but municipalities are increasingly taking over as the main environmental actors in the US.
In Berkeley, California, the Councilwoman Kate Harrison has introduced an ordinance that will require all new single-family homes, town homes and small apartment buildings to have electric infrastructure.
This new policy aims at drastically reducing the greenhouse gas emissions…
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