EPA listens as select group weighs tools for carbon rule compliance
from Environment & Energy Publishing
A platoon of U.S. EPA officials and three dozen stakeholders with skin in the game got together last week to figure out how an interstate trading market might aid compliance with the proposed Clean Power Plan to slash greenhouse gas emissions. Stakeholders have moved from airing grievances about the proposal to broadly discussing ways to reduce emissions under the rule's framework, said Michelle Walker Owenby, assistant commissioner of policy for Tennessee's Department of Environment and Conservation.
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