EPA stalls action on tackling U.S. greenhouse gas emissions

Currie, Donya
September 2008
Nation's Health;Sep2008, Vol. 38 Issue 7, p8
The article reports that officials of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rule-making seeking public input on the effects of climate change and the potential ramifications of the Clean Air Act in relation to greenhouse gas emissions. Key issues for discussion and comment under the EPA proposed rule include the advantages and disadvantages of regulating greenhouse gases under the provisions of the Clean Air Act.


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