Weekly Poll (10)


California plans to invest up to $180 billion over the next 10 years in clean infrastructure, with an anticipated 400,000 jobs created in the process. Do you believe this is an appropriate investment budget?


The City of Portland, Oregon, recently announced the approval of recommendations to add Concrete Embodied Carbon Threshold requirements for city construction projects. Do you think these requirements should be adopted in other states?


Global leaders launched the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment initiative at the G7 Summit last month to deliver infrastructure projects around the world, strengthen supply chains and advance national security. Do you believe this funding method will prove effective for infrastructure projects?


Last month, the Biden-Harris Administration released a new Permitting Action Plan to accelerate federal permitting and environmental reviews for infrastructure projects funded through the bipartisan infrastructure law. Do you believe this will help expedite projects?


The White House released the first edition of its Bipartisan Infrastructure Law guide book, which includes a comprehensive list of the more than 375 programs and available funding included in the law. Do you believe this will be a useful tool?


Boston recently approved a new ordinance that will require all buildings larger than 20,000 square feet to eliminate carbon emissions by 2050. Do you believe the timeframe should be shorter or extended?


How important is it to you to use green technology when it is an option?


Former Walmart executive Marc Lore recently unveiled plans for a $400 billion city, dubbed Telosa, that will be a “new model for society” that will house 5 million people. The city’s decision-making and budgeting process will be open for participation from everyone, and community endowment will provide residents with shared land ownership. Do you believe this Utopian-style city will be successful?


Tesla Energy, along with Brookfield Asset Management Inc. and Dacra, announced a new initiative for the first Tesla Solar neighborhood, a sustainable residential community. The project’s goal is to create an energy-neutral, solar-based community that can be a blueprint for large-scale housing projects internationally. Do you believe this initiative will be successful?


The U.S. Energy Information Administration issued an independent statistics and analysis report, revealing that large-scale U.S. solar capacity growth is expected to exceed wind growth for the first time in history. However, given the uncertainty related to ongoing economic recovery following the COVID-19 pandemic and the forecasted increase in electricity sales, do you believe sustainable energy will continue to be adapted on a large scale?


 
 
   

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