One common complaint about U.S. EPA’s efforts to regulate greenhouse gases (“GHGs”) centers on the international scope of climate change and the corresponding problems with trying to address the issue in a single jurisdiction.
Filed under: Climate Change, Sustainability | Tags: GHG, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Sustainability Practices
In its January 22, 2013 publication, Reducing Risk and Driving Business Value, the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) reported that 38 percent of suppliers in the U.S. product supply chain have set internal targets for greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions, with 29 percent achieving year-on-year reductions. Interestingly, 92 percent of the CDP Supply Chain Project companies (more…)
Filed under: Climate Change | Tags: Carbon, Caselaw, DOE, EPA, GHG, Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Late last year, in Coalition for Responsible Regulation v. EPA, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia (by a 6 to 2 vote) rejected petitions seeking to rehear en banc a three judge panel’s unanimous per curiam decision to uphold the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Air Act (CAA) greenhouse gas “tailoring” rule. (more…)
In a recent INSIDEEPA.COM article as well as other publications, sources predict that 2013 may see increased EPA enforcement based on greenhouse gas (“GHG”) emissions.
Filed under: CleanTech, Climate Change, Sustainability | Tags: GHG, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Renewable Energy, Sustainability Practices
According to a December report prepared by the World Wildlife Fund, Ceres, and Calvert Investments, two thirds of Fortune 100 companies have adopted commitments to reduce (more…)