January 07, 2021 | The Washington Post | 1 minute read

Bracewell’s Scott Segal told The Washington Post that “change in Senate leadership and committee leadership will place climate change and clean energy legislation and oversight much higher on the agenda.”

With Democrats poised to take control of Congress, the prospects for President-elect Joe Biden to pursue more aggressive policies to tackle climate change and other major environmental problems have expanded overnight.

But Segal added, “Given the narrow margin of leadership in both the House and Senate, there still isn’t much in the way of open-field running for comprehensive climate change legislation.”

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