EPA’s Clean Power Plan: Highlights and Implications

Joshua T. Graham (Editor)

Series: Green Research, Developments, and Programs
BISAC: LAW034000

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On August 3, President Obama and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the Clean Power Plan – a historic and important step in reducing carbon pollution from power plants that takes real action on climate change. Shaped by years of unprecedented outreach and public engagement, the final Clean Power Plan is fair, flexible and designed to strengthen the fast-growing trend toward cleaner and lower-polluting American energy. With strong but achievable standards for power plants, and customized goals for states to cut the carbon pollution that is driving climate change, the Clean Power Plan provides national consistency, accountability and a level playing field while reflecting each state’s energy mix. It also shows the world that the United States is committed to leading global efforts to address climate change. This book discusses the highlights and provides a review of the Clean Power Plan’s implications. (Imprint: Novinka)

Preface

Chapter 1. Overview of the Clean Power Plan: Cutting Carbon Pollution From Power Plants
Environmental Protection Agency

Chapter 2. By the Numbers: Cutting Carbon Pollution from Power Plants
Environmental Protection Agency

Chapter 3. EPA’s Clean Power Plan: Highlights of the Final Rule
Jonathan L. Ramseur, James E. McCarthy

Chapter 4. EPA’s Clean Power Plan: Implications for the Electric Power Sector
Richard J. Campbell

Chapter 5. EPA’s Clean Power Plan: Likely Legal Challenges—Part 1
Robert Meltz and Alexandra M. Wyatt

Chapter 6. EPA’s Clean Power Plan: Likely Legal Challenges—Part 2
Robert Meltz and Alexandra M. Wyatt

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