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CATF bolsters U.S. state policy team, expanding state policy footprint with regional experts
Clean Air Task Force (CATF) has expanded its state policy footprint by introducing three regional experts to join the U.S. State Climate and Energy Policy Program.
Ten-T vote in European Parliament omits CO2 transport options
Brussels – Today, the European Parliament’s Committee on Transport and Tourism failed to explicitly endorse diverse, flexible modes of CO2 transport as a key element of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T). The TEN-T regulation is a critical opportunity to incentivise decarbonisation projects in the transportation space. Clean Air Task Force…
CATF’s John Thompson appointed to carbon capture task force within the White House Council on Environmental Quality
Clean Air Task Force’s John Thompson was recently appointed to serve on the White House Council on Environmental Quality Carbon Dioxide Capture, Utilization and Sequestration Non-Federal Lands Permitting Task Force.
EPA proposes to update and strengthen the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards for power plants
Today, the EPA released its proposal to update and strengthen the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards for coal-fired power plants.
Bipartisan ADVANCE Act introduced in U.S. Senate marks an important step in American nuclear energy leadership
We applaud Senate leaders for their commitment to strengthening the U.S. nuclear energy sector by introducing the ADVANCE Act.
EPA green lights California’s strong clean truck standards in a win for public health
Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) granted California’s request to waive federal preemption of vehicle emission regulations under the Clean Air Act, allowing the state to implement its suite of clean truck standards and other states to follow suit.
CATF strongly opposes federal legislation that would repeal climate and public health protections
Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 1, the Lower Energy Costs Act, which if signed into law, would repeal critical climate and clean energy policies and unnecessarily harm public health.
EU’s proposed Net-Zero Industry Act contains vital CO2 storage breakthrough, but success will depend on improvements of European clean energy deployment framework
Today’s Net-Zero Industry Act (NZIA) proposal from the European Commission represents a breakthrough moment for carbon capture and storage technologies, but questions about the broader climate technology deployment agenda in the EU remain unanswered.