EPA Makes Plans to Curb Plane Emissions

The Obama Administration has initiated talks on restricting the aerospace industry’s greenhouse gas emissions, stating that it might take some time before exact regulations take effect. According to the EPA, like the automobile industry and power plants, airplanes also negatively impact human health; thus, … Continue reading

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“Kentucky should embrace climate for change; EPA plan cushions impact on coal-reliant states” – Kentucky.com, 3 June 2014

Kentucky seems to have always been on the same page as the EPA. Last year, the Kentucky Energy and Environment Secretary Leonard Peters submitted a white paper to the EPA, which included suggestions similar to the EPA’s newly proposed Clean Power … Continue reading

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“Former coal miner testifies in favor of EPA carbon regs” – Politico, 6 February 2014

We never thought we’d hear a former coal miner publicly speak out in favor of EPA carbon regulations, but last week, Virginian and fourth-generation former underground coal miner Nick Mullins, did. President Obama and the EPA have introduced the Climate … Continue reading

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“EPA to be ‘flexible’ on carbon standards” – The Hill, 2 December 2013

The EPA recently announced that it will grant more flexibility to states in reaching new carbon emission regulations for power plants, which will hit huge coal producing states — West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio — hard. In addition to new … Continue reading

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