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The EPA Is Right and US Chamber of Commerce Is Wrong on Climate Change
Director, Center for Sustainable Development and Sustainable D...
The US Chamber of Commerce is wrong, both ethically and operationally. The Chamber's ethical position is that the US does not have to care about the damages it causes to the rest of the world. This is a special kind of arrogance certainly not unknown in the US corporate sector.
This Gutsy Move by EPA Is Going to Be Good for All of Us ... and Our Feathered Friends
President, National Audubon Society
The EPA has just released its first rule to clean up greenhouse gas pollution from existing coal-fired power plants. This rule is going to be furiously attacked as a "war on coal." It's not. It's a pivot to a cleaner energy future that has to happen, sooner rather than later.
Industry Groups Petition High Court Over EPA Rules
Greenhouse Gas Rules May Be Vulnerable In Court
EPA To Increase Greenhouse Gas And Other Pollution Regulations, Not As Strong As Action By Congress Would Be
'Flabbergasted' Murkowski Hits Back At White House
EPA Finally Sides With Science
Partner - Patents and Green Technology - Buchalter Nemer
EPA is often torn between sound science, analytical techniques/limitations and politics. The agency's announcement that scientific evidence shows greenhouse gases contribute to health and environmental safety is long overdue.
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