The latest EPA data show that in 2016, transportation in California, Texas and Florida was the source of more carbon dioxide pollution than transportation in rest of the United States. California, Texas and Louisiana led country in emissions from industry. Wyoming had the most emissions on a per capita basis. (Double click to enlarge the chart. Source: Politico)
The Climate Action Tracker (CAT) is an independent scientific analysis produced by four research organisations tracking climate action and global efforts towards the globally agreed aim of holding warming below 2°C, since 2009.
The White House releases a progress report, Highlighting Federal Actions Addressing the Recommendations of the State, Local, and Tribal Leaders Task Force on Climate Preparedness and Resilience, and announces a series of new climate resilience focused actions, including over $25 million in private and public investments.
June 2015 - via The White House Continuing to cut carbon pollution, protect American communities, and lead internationally. Read full report here: President Obama's Climate Action Plan - 2nd Anniversary Progress Report
June 2014 - via The White House The White House releases the one-year progress report on the Climate Action Plan: Cutting carbon pollution, protect American communities, and lead internationally. Read full report here: President Obama's Climate Action Plan - 2nd Anniversary Progress Report