Any state could! There’s no reason that with a switch to renewable energy and funds allocated to buy carbon credits to compensate for environmental damage that occurs in the meantime carbon neutrality couldn’t happen. However, it may involve enough up-front expenses (solar panels, hydro-electric plants) that it would be too unpopular to happen with a popular vote–a politician might have to sacrifice their political career and push through a bill (or issue an order, if they are the governor) to make carbon-neutrality in Hawaii a reality.
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