Half Of D.C.'s Buildings Could Require Upgrades Under New Climate Law

The D.C. Council passed a bill Dec. 18 aimed at addressing climate change by reducing the city's greenhouse gas emissions that has been lauded as "historic," "groundbreaking" and the "strongest climate legislation" in the nation. The bill, which Mayor Muriel Bowser plans to sign into law Friday, calls for cutting D.C.'s greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2032. 

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