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E&E News: Dems' spending bill taps small banks for climate justice

As climate change concerns begin to rise, legislators in Washington have began to shift the focus of resources toward implementing clean energy, especially in overlooked communities. E&E News recently reported on the roll of community development financial institutions (CDFIs) in this... Read More

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