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We Read the Comments, So You Don't Have To, Part 5: Industry and Environmental Groups

January 28, 2015 by Frank Swigonski

EPA Regulation Comments from Interest Groups

The EPA received millions of comments on the Clean Power Plan. But don't worry; our Carbon Policy Analysts identified the top comments and plowed through them. This final post analyzes the comments from industry and environmental groups.[read more]

We Read the Comments, So You Don't Have To, Part 4: Utilities

January 21, 2015 by Frank Swigonski

EPA Regulation Comments by Utility Interests

The EPA received millions of comments on the Clean Power Plan. But don't worry; our Carbon Policy Analysts identified the top comments and plowed through them. This is the fourth post analyzing those comments, and it covers comments from major utilities and utility groups.[read more]

We Read the Comments, So You Don't Have To, Part 3: ISOs and RTOs

January 16, 2015 by Frank Swigonski

Regulation Commentary Analysis

The EPA received 1.6 million comments on the Clean Power Plan. 71 people working eight hours a day would take from now until June to read them all. But don't worry; our Carbon Policy Analysts identified the top comments and plowed through them. Part 3 covers the reaction of ISOs and RTOs.[read more]

We Read the Comments, So You Don't Have To, Part 2: States

January 14, 2015 by Frank Swigonski

EPA Public Comment Analysis

The EPA received 1.6 million comments on the Clean Power Plan. By one estimate 71 people working eight hours a day would take from now until June to read them all. But don't worry; our Carbon Policy Analysts identified the top comments and plowed through them. Part 2 covers comments from state officials.[read more]

We Read the Comments, So You Don't Have To, Part 1: State and Federal Regulator Associations

January 8, 2015 by Frank Swigonski

An Overview of Comments on Regulation

The EPA received more than 1.6 million comments on the Clean Power Plan. By one estimate 71 people working eight hours a day would take from now until June to read them all. But don't worry; our Carbon Policy Analysts identified the top comments and plowed through them.[read more]

Opportunity to Use Science to Establish Radiation Standards

July 12, 2014 by Rod Adams
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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) to solicit comments from the general public and affected stakeholders about 40 CFR 190, Environmental Radiation Protection Standards for Nuclear Power Operations.[read more]

Why the Keystone XL Tar Sands Pipeline Matters for Climate Change

March 12, 2014 by NRDC Switchboard
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Keystone and Climate Goals

Following the close of the thirty day public comment period, the National Interest Determination (NID) process will continue as federal agencies consider over 2 million comments concluding that the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline is not the nation’s interest.[read more]

A New Year's Resolution for DNR: Slow Down and Do it Right

January 8, 2014 by NRDC Switchboard
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It’s the Department of Natural Resources’s turn to be constructive. Our comments – and those of the thousands of deeply concerned Illinoisans who have weighed in – are pretty clear evidence that DNR’s rushed, sloppy approach is not working, and not serving the public interest.[read more]