A Fast, Cheap Method to Curb Climate Change

Allison Stalker Global Warming 2 Comments

A new study completed by Mark Z. Jacobson and presented at the 242nd National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS) suggests that reducing soot emissions from diesel engines and other sources could go a long way in slowing the melting of sea ice in the Arctic.  Additionally, reducing these emissions presents a faster and cheaper method than …

State, Local Agencies Map Global Warming Strategies, Harmonize With Controls on Smog and Soot

Tom Petersen Emissions 1 Comment

There is significant evidence that global warming is occurring and that it is partially due to the increased concentration of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, in the atmosphere. The following news release announces a new study, which reveals strategies for reducing greenhouse gases and air pollution concurrently. STATE, LOCAL AGENCIES MAP GLOBAL WARMING STRATEGIES, HARMONIZE WITH CONTROLS ON SMOG …

D.C. Circuit Court Upholds Clean Air Standards

Tom Petersen Air Quality, Environmental Regulations Leave a Comment

U.S. EPA Press Release dated March 26, 2002 (reprinted): D.C. CIRCUIT COURT UPHOLDS CLEAN AIR STANDARDS ”The signal from the court is clear — EPA’s clean air standards will protect Americans from the wide variety of health problems that air pollution can cause, such as respiratory illnesses and premature death. The D.C. Circuit Court today rejected all remaining challenges to …