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Misleading Metrics: CO2 per capita or per dollar, is Australia that Bad?

Australia is often admonished for having one of the world’s highest carbon dioxide emission rates per capita and indeed amongst the OECD we are the worst culprit. 1,053 more words

New Supreme Court Ruling On EPA Authority Over Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) – Little Clarification on the 111(d) Regulations

Last week, the United States Supreme Court issued a significant decision in Utility Air Regulatory Group v. EPA, that substantially restricts the authority of the U.S. 957 more words


What's the Worst That Could Happen?

California’s year-and-a-half old cap-and-trade market for reducing greenhouse gases (GHGs) has drawn renewed interest over the last few weeks, since the EPA announced its initiative for limiting greenhouse gases from existing power plants.  1,772 more words

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What Does Regulation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions as Described by EPA in the “Tailoring Rule” have to do with the Clean Air Act?

UARG v. EPA: Tailoring Rule Litigation

On June 23, 2014 Justice Scalia delivered the opinion of the U.S. Supreme Court on the question of whether… 985 more words


InternationalConference on Climate Change

An interesting and vital conference is taking place this week in Las Vegas.

It is the Ninth International Conference on Climate Change, where scientists will discuss the issues surrounding climate change. 497 more words


Our Addiction to Meat is Hurting the Planet

A recently published UK study of different diets and food types found that people who eat vegan or vegetarian diets significantly reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) impact compared to people who eat the Standard American Diet (SAD). 291 more words