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Breaking News: EPA Issues First Limits on Greenhouse Gas Emissions

In a move that could effectively end construction of any new conventional coal-fired power generation in the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today has proposed the first limits on greenhouse gas emissions from new power plants. “Today we’re taking a common sense step to reduce pollution in our air, protect the planet for […]Read More

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Enviro News Wrap: Brooklyn Superfund Site; Tougher Regulations for Drinking

GlobalWarmingisReal contributor Anders Hellum-Alexander wraps-up the climate and environmental news headlines for the past week: A canal in Brooklyn has been listed as a Superfund site. If you don’t know what a Superfund site is, click here. EPA Chief Lisa Jackson has been quite a productive pick over George Bush’s obstructionist appointment. Now she is […]Read More

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EPA Chief Lisa Jackson Spars With Senate GOP Over Climate

Environmental Protection Agency administrator Lisa Jackson held firm against lead climate pseudo-skeptic James Inhofe and his colleagues on Tuesday at an EPA budget hearing with the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. The GOP minority quickly turned the budget meeting into a battle of wills, saying that hacked emails from climate scientists at East Anglia […]Read More

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EPA To Begin Regulating New Coal-Fired Plant Carbon Emissions

The Environmental Protection Agency has made a start with the active regulation of carbon dioxide emissions from newly built coal-fired power plants. The decision marks a U-turn from the Bush era, when the EPA had been shirking its responsibilities, saying the Clean Air Act did not apply to carbon dioxide. The change marks the beginning […]Read More