The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized its plan to repeal and replace an Obama-era regulation that critics said would cost thousands of coal industry jobs. The Clean Power Plan never went into effect. The U.S. Supreme Court issued a stay…
EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler sold his agency’s power plant carbon rule yesterday as having all the benefits of its Obama-era predecessor with none of the costs.
EPA predicts carbon dioxide emissions from power plants will fall by 35% of 2005 levels in 2030 under the Affordable Clean Energy rule.Yet almost none of those emissions reductions are attributable to the agency rule.
Two very different titans in consumer electronics are each aiming to advance the circular economy in their own ways.
Oh, the farmer and the oilman should be friends. But they are fighting over ethanol.
Earlier this year, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s purported “top climate change expert” and the agency’s highest-paid employee, John C. Beale, was arrested and convicted of fraud. Turns out that while at EPA, Beale pretended to also work for the…
Brian Snyder/Reuters/Newscom How many people might die from air pollution? The answer should become clear today when EPA releases its revamped rule affecting carbon dioxide emissions at power plants. By Jean Chemnick in Climatewire Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Wonky as it sounds, the social cost of carbon holds the key to crafting policies that avoid harm from greenhouse gas emissions.