Regulation of GHG emissions begins
The impact of new EPA regs requiring best available CO2 control technology in new or modified major facilities remains to be seen
Many people viewed the December 2009 finding by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that greenhouses gases, and carbon dioxide in particular, pose a threat to public health and welfare as a ratcheting up of the pressure on Congress to enact greenhouse gas cap-and-trade legislation — the Obama a....
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Needs to be practical
Impacts major facilities
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