This grant provides partial support to the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine for the production and dissemination of an ambitious consensus study that will examine the technological, policy, and societal dimensions of deep decarbonization efforts in the United States across a range of sectors, including manufacturing, food and agriculture, transportation, electricity generation, and carbon dioxide removal. This consensus study will be conducted under the auspices of the Board on Energy and Environmental Systems (BEES) and led by Director and Scholar John Holmes. The plans for this consensus study were developed following an initial public workshop, and this process will bring together experts from multiple disciplines to assess the best way to scale up decarbonization developments across different sectors and offer a roadmap for how to move forward. The consensus study is also expected to lead to the formation of a longer-running Deep Decarbonization Forum, an ongoing dialogue effort that would involve developing a set of additional dissemination products. The Deep Decarbonization Forum will hold a series of workshops and briefings to continue the discussion of these critical, long-term topic areas for years to come.