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.
This post originally appeared on the National Journal Energy & Environment blog.
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WRI President Jonathan Lash previews the key environmental issues to watch in 2011.
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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