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The EPA and Global Warming

October 12, 2014 Leave a comment Go to comments

The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) proposed rule to reduce global warming emissions from power plants is our best opportunity to address climate change—but it’s not strong enough. The agency is not sufficiently accounting for the rapid expansion of solar, wind, and other renewable energy. New UCS analysis is helping state decision makers and the EPA understand that this technology is expanding rapidly and is increasingly affordable across the country. Help us ensure carbon-free energy plays a critical role in reducing our country’s global warming emissions.

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