On Capitol Hill today, industry leaders and other experts explained why the upcoming U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) standards on carbon dioxide emissions can benefit U.S. business and help drive innovation while keeping our air and water clean.
Proposed Accounting and Reporting Steps
This paper suggests greenhouse gas accounting and reporting procedures for the agricultural sector, based on the GHG Protocol Corporate Accounting and Reporting Standard.
Industry concerns about new permitting requirements are exaggerated. Here's why.
Accounting Rules for Annex I Pledges in a Post-2012 Climate Agreement
This paper provides recommendations and options for harmonizing accounting rules for developed country, or Annex I, emissions reduction pledges for a post-2012 climate policy under discussion in the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change‘s (UNFCCC) Ad Hoc Working Group on Long-term...
This piece originally appeared in Solutions (Volume 1: Issue 6) and is reposted with permission.
Three options for formalizing Copenhagen Accord pledges in Cancún.
This piece originally appeared as the Foreword to Guidelines for Community Engagement in Carbon Dioxide Capture, Transport, and Storage Projects.
Research shows that environmental regulations end up costing far less than both industry and the EPA predict.
Given the built-in limitations on EPA authority contained in the Clean Air Act, fears of agency "overreach" are misplaced.