D.C. Circuit Dismisses Suit Over GHG Risk Finding, Citing Lack Of Standing

May 25, 2023
A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit is unanimously concluding that a pair of free-market groups lack standing to challenge EPA’s decision not to revisit its landmark greenhouse gas endangerment finding that forms the basis for the agency’s climate rules. “Petitioners fail to meet their burden to establish standing because they provide no evidence that they or any of their members have been injured by the Endangerment Finding,” Judges Karen Henderson, Gregory...

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