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The emissions goals may be easier to meet than many expect, but the coal industry and several states face big challenges.
The new rules announced Monday to limit carbon emissions from U.S. power plants represent President Barack Obama's boldest effort yet to counter climate change, guidelines that supporters and critics alike cast as a turning point in U.S. environmental policy.
MILWAUKEE, June 2, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Johnson Controls, a global multi-industrial company with established core businesses in the automotive, building, and energy storage industries, supports the inclusion of energy efficiency and distributed energy systems in the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Air Act 111(d) existing power plant rule.
Obama is expected to propose new carbon standards Monday.
U.S. President Barack Obama's announcement of new limits on carbon emissions from the nation's existing power plants is a few days away, but the political messaging battle over what is likely to be Obama's most significant action on climate change already is heating up.
Tremors induced by wastewater disposal are larger and harder to predict than previously thought.
Underground disposal of wastewater from fracking may pose a much greater risk of causing dangerous earthquakes than previously believed, particularly in areas of the U.S. Southwest and Midwest where earthquake faults have not been mapped extensively, seismology researchers said at a conference Thursday.
Memphis, Tennessee is not the first city that comes to mind when thinking of urban sustainability. From Elvis’s grandiosity to the Memphis in May festival that features BBQ, beer, and bands, the Bluff City has long been known for its fun-loving excess in what might be called an “anti-sustainability” mode. The city’s poverty, racial divisions, and general civic dysfunction have also contributed to an urban environment in which sustainability has not been on the agenda.