Unleashing technological potential through regulation: Scrubbing away pollution
As we advocate for U.S. EPA to issue carbon capture-based greenhouse gas emissions standards for fossil fuel-fired power plants, one question keeps coming up: how many power plants in the U.S. have carbon capture installed today?
In a win for public health, EPA reaffirms it is “appropriate and necessary” to regulate hazardous air pollutant emissions from coal- and oil-fired power plants
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released a final action reaffirming its finding under section 112 of the Clean Air Act.
EPA still has a clear pathway to significantly reduce methane emissions from oil and gas
Last week, in West Virginia v. EPA, the Supreme Court blunted an important tool for EPA in its efforts to address greenhouse gas emissions from power plants.
The Supreme Court’s decision in West Virginia v. EPA: the good, the bad, and the ugly
The Supreme Court issued its West Virginia v. EPA opinion yesterday.
Supreme Court takes key tool out of EPA’s toolbox, but multiple options remain for agency to regulate climate pollution
The Supreme Court issued its opinion today in West Virginia v. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today.
CATF supports SEC’s climate risk disclosure mandate, issues recommendations to strengthen rules and avert greenwashing
Clean Air Task Force filed comments on Friday in support of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) proposed climate risk disclosure rules.
EPA proposes reversing Trump-era finding, reaffirming importance of regulating pollution from coal and oil-fired power plants
EPA released a proposal to reaffirm the finding under Clean Air Act that it is appropriate and necessary to regulate emissions of toxic air pollution from coal- and oil-fired power plants.
New U.S. methane standards provide pathway EPA can follow to ambitious final rule
New EPA standards to limit methane emissions confirm the Biden’s commitment to cutting methane and provide a pathway to a robust final rule.