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CATF Statement: Union of Concerned Scientists Report on Climate Benefits of Existing Nuclear Fleet
CATF welcomes UCS’s report on the role of nuclear energy in protecting our climate, which is the latest in a series of studies from energy system experts, governments and advocacy organizations including nuclear in the climate solution set. We need to minimize carbon emissions today — since every carbon molecule…
CATF Statement on Final BLM Methane Waste Rule Final Rollback
In a direct insult to Western communities, native Americans and the taxpaying American public, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has once again chosen to instead favor the oil and gas industry by discarding the protections of the Bureau of Land Management’s methane waste rule.
CATF Responds to House Passage of Nuclear Energy Innovation Capabilities Act
Clean Air Task Force applauds the passage of the bipartisan Nuclear Energy Innovation Capabilities Act (NEICA) by voice vote in the House today.
CATF Statement on EPA NSPS Methane Proposal
Once again, the EPA is attempting to ignore common sense, proposing to significantly alter the requirements of the methane regulations for new and modified oil and gas sources.
CATF Statement on Proposed Repeal of Clean Power Plan
President Trump’s latest attempt to “Make Coal Great Again” is his proposed replacement for the Obama-era Clean Power Plan (CPP).
México Introduce Propuesta de Estándares Para Reducir ta Contaminacion de Metano en el Sector Petrolero
Hoy México propuso estándares exigibles para el sector petrolero mexicano, que al ser implementados, podrían reducir la contaminación de gas de metano del sector petrolero (gas natural y petróleo) en el país entre un 40 y 45 porciento.
Mexico Issues Proposed Standards to Curb Methane Pollution from the Oil and Gas Industry
Today, Mexico proposed enforceable standards for the Mexican oil and gas sector that, when fully implemented, could cut methane pollution from the oil and gas industry by 40-45 percent.
CATF and Earthworks Release Rural Ozone Report: “Country Living, Dirty Air”
In many parts of America’s rural countryside, pollution from the booming oil and gas industry is causing an increase in asthma attacks and increased risks of cancer and respiratory diseases.