Amid much pomp and for many, much relief, U.S. President Joe Biden signed the bipartisan Infrastructure and Investment and Jobs Act into law.

By almost any measure, it is one of the greenest laws in American history, containing billions for energy efficiency, electric-vehicle infrastructure, and mass transit. But by the critical measure of whether it will keep Biden’s pledges to bring America’s greenhouse-gas emissions toward net zero by 2050, it is almost entirely without impact.

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