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Armond Cohen Testimony Before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce
On Tuesday, April 18th, Armond Cohen, Executive Director of Clean Air Task Force, provided testimony before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce.
Establishing the Framework to Facilitate Licensing of New Nuclear Projects in Embarking Countries
Nuclear energy is increasingly being recognized as a key pathway for meeting deep decarbonization goals.
NDC Assessment: How Do Advanced Low-Emission Energy and Climate Technologies Factor into Nationally Determined Contributions?
CATF analysis finds both developed and developing countries plan to use advanced low-emission energy and climate technologies to meet climate goals.
Armond Cohen Testimony Before the United States Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on Advanced Nuclear Energy
Armond Cohen provided testimony on the importance of nuclear energy as a carbon-free energy source at a Senate Environment and Public Works Committee Legislative Hearing.
How will H.R. 5376 help the United States Build Back Better?
A summary of Build Back Better Act measures that seek to drive economic development along a low-carbon trajectory
Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act: A Down Payment on Fulfilling Federal Promises for Climate Action
The Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act (IIJA) represents months of bipartisan negotiations and is the first critical component of achieving the vision laid out in President Biden’s American Jobs Plan.
Bridging the Gap: How Nuclear-Derived Zero-Carbon Fuels Can Help Decarbonize Marine Shipping
A report from Clean Air Task Force (CATF) finds that nuclear-derived zero-carbon fuels like hydrogen and ammonia could play a key role in decarbonizing the global marine shipping sector, and offers clear policy recommendations for how the U.S. could lead the global transition away from high-polluting shipping fuels.
Potential Human Health Impacts Associated with Retirement of Nuclear Power Plants in Illinois
On August 26, 2020, Exelon announced its intention to retire two of its nuclear power plants in Illinois (Byron and Dresden Generating Stations). In October 2019 Clean Air Task Force (CATF) released an analysis of the significant health impacts that would result from the loss of four nuclear plants. At…