Keeping track of reports on the potential impacts of EPA regulations is becoming a full time job. Dr. Susan Tierney, Managing Principal at the Analysis Group and WRI Director, provides a “field guide” to these studies, and explains what they might mean for the power supply landscape in the next few years.
WRI President Jonathan Lash previews the key environmental issues to watch in 2011.
Industry concerns about new permitting requirements are exaggerated. Here's why.
Based on the cutting edge research of WRI’s report, a new tool allows users to navigate U.S. emissions by sector and see what federal agencies are doing to reduce them.
After years of delay, EPA gets back on track in issuing rules that provide a path to a cleaner power fleet.
This chart is an adaptation based up the original chart from EEI.
This chart is a reproduction of this chart from EEI that has been used to suggest that EPA's regulatory
Research shows that environmental regulations end up costing far less than both industry and the EPA predict.
The Clean Air Act would spur energy efficiency upgrades, boosting competitiveness for many U.S. manufacturers.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today released pollution permitting guidance for state and local environmental agencies, detailing how to apply Best Available Control Technology (BACT) requirements to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from large new polluters.