Web Date: May 1, 2006
EPA Is Sued Over Carbon Emissions
A coalition of states, cities, and conservation groups is challenging the Bush Administration???s decision not to limit carbon dioxide emissions from new power plants and industrial facilities across the nation.
The Clean Air Act requires that the Environmental Protection Agency review and revise emission standards for new stationary pollution sources every eight years to ensure that they protect public health and the environment.
In February, EPA issued new source performance standards but declined to . . .
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