EPA Data Shows Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Oil & Gas Increase
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The E.P.A.’s Review of Mercury Rules Could Remake Its Methods for Valuing Human Life and Health
Mexico Takes a Giant Leap Forward in Regulating Methane Emissions
On Tuesday, November 6, at the same time that Americans were going to the polls to register their sentiments about the Trump Administration and in part, its abominable environmental record, Mexico took a huge step forward for the planet in publishing its final regulations on curbing methane emissions from the oil and gas industry. When […]News & Media
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 we emit will warm for […]Power Plants
EPA’s Latest Attempt to Make America Gag Again… The Trump “Dirty Power Plan”
Yesterday the comment period closed on the Trump EPA’s proposed replacement for Obama-era Clean Power Plan, which the Agency proposed to repeal earlier this year. The Proposal, ironically named the “Affordable Clean Energy” (ACE) rule, is anything but affordable or clean. EPA’s own analysis shows that the Proposal would increase CO2 pollution from the electricity […]Super Pollutants
Climate Change and Climate Risk on the River of Kings
The week of October 8 I was in Bangkok, Thailand for the working group meeting of the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC).Power Plants
Happy National Child Health Day?
Assistant EPA Administrator Bill Wehrum announced to the Clean Air Act Advisory Committee On September 27th that his Agency would soon be advancing an attempt to undermine the most successful air pollution reduction rules put in place by the Obama Administration – the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS).Bioenergy
More Ethanol, More Problems
The ethanol industry produces more ethanol than the US fuel market can readily use.