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New CATF study finds energy scholarship on Africa misses key realities on the continent
A new study from Clean Air Task Force (CATF) conducts a novel review of energy transition research focused on Africa.
Congress passes debt limit bill, includes provisions that will stall climate and clean energy deployment
The Senate passed H.R. 3746, the Fiscal Responsibility Act, which includes changes to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).
Updated analysis shows dramatic variation of methane emissions among U.S. oil and gas producers
Updated analysis benchmarks the relative emissions intensity and total reported methane, carbon dioxide, and nitrous oxide emissions of more than 300 U.S. oil and gas producers.
EPA proposes stringent carbon pollution standards for U.S. power fleet
Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed tight carbon pollution standards for the country’s fossil fuel-fired power fleet based on the best controls available.
Stage set for Europe to take methane mitigation measures global
Today, the European Parliament officially adopted its position on the EU Methane Regulation ahead of trilogues.
800+ methane emissions sources around Europe highlights need for strong EU Methane Regulation
Clean Air Task Force has released a report documenting methane pollution from oil and gas infrastructure within the EU.
CATF opposes federal legislation that would slash climate and clean energy tax credits
Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 2811, which includes several provisions that would rescind key pieces of the Inflation Reduction Act aimed at advancing technological solutions to reduce carbon emissions.
European Parliament has opportunity to put EU Methane Regulation back on track
BRUSSELS – One of the EU’s flagship climate legislations took a step forward today as ambitious measures aimed at methane emissions in the oil and gas sector – including measures on imports into the European Union – were agreed on by relevant committees in the European Parliament. “The vote today…