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Easier Said Than Done: Displacing Public Nuisance When States Sue for Climate Change Damages

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Like a tripartite juggernaut, all three branches of the U.S. federal government are actively grappling with climate change in kind: legislation from the U.S. Congress; regulation from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA...

New Source Performance Standards for Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions From the Power and Refining Sectors: Wrong Mechanism at the Wrong Time

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For those interested in the intersection of global greenhouse gas (GHG) regulation and responsible energy policy, December 23, 2010, was a day worth remembering. Over at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), regulators...

The Clean Air Act: A Suitable Tool for Addressing the Challenges of Climate Change

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The political opponents of regulation addressing climate change claim that the Clean Air Act (CAA) is a “fossil” neither intended nor suitable for addressing the challenges of climate change. Legal and historical analysis suggests...