Climate Change Newsletter: US Supreme Court largely upholds EPA’s regulation of greenhouse gases from major new and modified sources; and more
This edition of Dentons’ Climate Change Newsletter starts with the US Supreme Court’s most recent review of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations, the so-called ‘tailoring rule’. Dentons then turns to events happening around the world, including the announcement of a long-awaited and extremely comprehensive proposed regulation.
- US Supreme Court largely upholds EPA’s regulation of greenhouse gases (GHGs) from major new and modified sources
- EPA envisions a clean power future with its existing power plant proposal
- American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) statement on CPP
- China’s reply?
- Trading among states allowed as a tool for CPP
- Global prices on carbon allowances
- Recent and proposed regulatory changes in the Canadian GHG emissions landscape
- Meanwhile in Europe — a status report
- South African government considers carbon offset scheme as part of carbon tax
Click on the link below to read the Dentons briefing.
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