Trump's EPA is targeting rules for yet another greenhouse gas
from The Washington Post
From Sept. 26:
First it was carbon dioxide, when the Environmental Protection Agency proposed in August relaxing pollution standards for coal-fired power plants meant to curb emissions of that most common greenhouse gas. Then it was methane, when both the EPA and Interior Department each took steps in recent weeks toward replacing Obama-era rules regulating the leaking of that climate-warming gas from oil and natural gas infrastructure. Now, the Trump administration is trying to replace regulations for an even more obscure set of greenhouse gases.
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