Friday, September 19, 2014

High Court's UARG Ruling Leaves Open Questions On GHG Permit Threshold

The Supreme Court's recent ruling upholding most of the agency's greenhouse gas (GHG) permit program is raising a host of questions on how the agency should set a new de minimis threshold to exempt some major sources from GHG requirements after the court effectively vacated the agency's "tailoring" rule, which had sought to ease statutory thresholds intended for conventional pollutants.


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