This Gongwer Report (Volume #79, Report #53, Article #4–Friday, March 19, 2010) reports that Ohio governor Ted Strickland pushed back this week on Obama Administration plans to regulate greenhouse gases through the federal Clean Air Act. You can read the full article on the Gongwer Report Web site.
Archive for March, 2010
E&E News, a DC publication, reports that the Illinois House of Representatives yesterday approved a resolution encouraging the U.S. Congress to postpone U.S. EPA’s efforts to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from stationary sources. You can read the full article on the E&E News Web site.
Triggering PSD Regulation of Greenhouse Gases: Days-to-Construction at the Construction Projects Affected
“Triggering PSD Regulation of Greenhouse Gases: Days-to-Construction at the Construction Projects Affected” depicted in our latest graph.
Triggering EPA regulation of greenhouse gases (GHGs) under the Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) program of the Clean Air Act would cause uncertainty and delay in new investments. If EPA regulates GHGs under the PSD program, as many as 6.1 million sources not currently subject to PSD would be swept into PSD review and Title V [...]
National Journal: Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., introduced legislation today that would delay the EPA from regulating greenhouse gas emissions for two years.
A listing of State Legislature Resolutions as of March 02, 2010.
EPA Website: Facilities and Enforcement Activities Related to the Clean Air Act Stationary Source Program
This post on the EPA Website offers an overview of Clean Air Act (CAA) Stationary Source Program, Data Collection, and Information Sources. In addition, it provides 15 answers to frequently asked questions about finding CAA Program Enforcement Data. This page provides information about federal, state and local enforcement of Clean Air Act (CAA) emissions control [...]
Watch Coalition for American Jobs’ new television advertisement.
By Kevin Holtsberry on February 26, 2010 And it is not like we have them to spare, right? From the Coalition For American Jobs who will be running ads on the issue in Ohio: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) may soon take action that could jeopardize the nation’s job creation agenda and lead to [...]
Simon Lomax of BusinessWeek reports that Senator Rockefeller wants a two-year delay for EPA carbon rules: March 2 (Bloomberg) — The Obama administration would be blocked from regulating greenhouse gases from power plants, oil refineries and other industrial sources for two years under legislation to be introduced by Senator Jay Rockefeller, a West Virginia Democrat. [...]