Stefani Reynolds / Getty ImagesSpeaker of the House Nancy Pelosi delivers remarks during a press conference outside the U.S. Capitol on June 30, 2020, in Washington, D.C. Pelosi joined her Democratic colleagues to unveil a climate change action plan, which calls for government mandates, tax incentives and new infrastructure to bring the U.S. economy’s greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050. (Stefani Reynolds / Getty Images)
Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled a 538-page climate plan on Tuesday that is designed to eliminate the U.S. economy’s contributions to global warming.
The plan seeks to address climate change through a combination of government mandates, tax incentives and revamped infrastructure, according to The Washington Post.
Pelosi and Rep. Kathy Castor’s proposal would require electrical utilities to eliminate all of their greenhouse gasses within the next 20 years and mandate that automakers produce only electric vehicles by 2035, The Post reported.
The plan also calls for a