There’s progress still to be made if recycling rates in Delaware are to meet standards established by law in 2010.
One in a series of interviews conducted by participants in the U.S. Global Change Research Program, a federal program mandated by Congress to coordinate research and investments in understanding the human and natural forces shaping the global environment and their impacts on society.
The assessment, updated every four years, analyzes trends in global climate change and looks at how the warming planet affects people, resources, environment, agricultural and biological diversity.
“With over US$300 billion allocated to spur investments […] the Act will spark a boom in decarbonization technologies over the next ten years.”