Thomas Frank, E&E News reporter

Published: November 10, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden is being celebrated for recapturing Midwestern states, but his most significant electoral accomplishment may be winning Arizona and Georgia, two states whose minimal reliance on fossil fuels could help him build a national coalition devoted to addressing climate change.

Although they have been conservative for decades, Arizona and Georgia have become increasingly supportive of climate goals as their production and consumption of fossil fuels has plummeted and young people have become a larger part of the electorate.

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