Governments around the world are taking a closer look at what contributes to CO2 emissions and its impact on climate change. In the U.S., several agencies are involved in internal research and funding of outside projects on the topic. One is the Federal Transit Admin., and its AIM (Accelerating Innovative Mobility) initiative to support transit mobility and innovation. Congress also enacted significant tax breaks in various laws, so the IRS is also involved, tangentially, in CO2 emissions regulation.
An example of funding available from the FTA AIM initiative is a $1.5 million grant to Houston METRO to pilot one of
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