About InsideEPA Climate

Now available: InsideEPA/climate

Daily news, analysis and perspective on EPA regulations and the climate change policy debate.

InsideEPA/climate, new from the editors of InsideEPA.com, goes beyond the big-story headlines to report on the nuts-and-bolts details of EPA's greenhouse gas regulations – and the political, economic and legal implications of the renewed climate change policy debate.

Take out a free one-month trial to find out how InsideEPA/climate can help you stay ahead of the curve on the climate change policy debate.

Here's what you get from InsideEPA/climate:

  • Daily news and deep-dive coverage: Each business day InsideEPA/climate delivers exclusive news on the broad policy implications of EPA's climate change agenda, with reporting on the details of federal and state regulatory requirements, the legal arguments surrounding those requirements, industry compliance options, and more.
  • Blogging about breaking news and events: The Climate Beat blog provides updates on key news developments and a roundup of climate policy news being reported by us and others.
  • The Docket Room: A go-to resource for all you need to know about the comments and documents that will shape EPA's ambitious plans for regulating power plant emissions, which are at the center of the renewed climate change debate.
  • Analysis and perspective: The exclusive news of InsideEPA/climate builds on more than 30 years of editorial experience in covering federal policymaking to deliver behind-the-scenes coverage of key policy decisions and disputes, and what they will mean for you and your organization. Plus, InsideEPA/climate delivers exclusive interviews and guest columns from prominent policymakers and opinion makers.
  • Tracking regulations and litigation: The real action in regulating greenhouse gases will take place in EPA's regulatory docket, where industry groups, environmentalists, state officials and others will battle it out through written comments that lay out the pros-and-cons of federal climate change policies. InsideEPA/climate tracks that activity for you, with updates on and access to major documents entered in the docket. Plus, InsideEPA/climate will track the major court cases that will determine the shape and fate of EPA's regulatory policies.
  • Calendar: Every major deadline and event is listed in an easy-to-navigate calendar so that you never miss a beat in the climate change policy debate.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the exclusive features and services of InsideEPA/climate?

What has prompted the creation of InsideEPA/climate?

Why do I need InsideEPA/climate if I already subscribe to InsideEPA.com?

How can I add InsideEPA/climate to my current account?

Are there trials so I can try out InsideEPA/climate?

Is there an email alert service from InsideEPA/climate and, if so, how will it affect current email alerts from InsideEPA.com?

InsideEPA/climate will deliver in myriad ways:

  • Daily news and deep-dive coverage: Each business day InsideEPA/climate delivers exclusive news on the broad policy implications of EPA's and the Obama administration's climate change agenda, with reporting on the nuts-and-bolts details of federal and state regulatory requirements, the legal arguments surrounding those requirements, industry compliance options, and more. And you get a morning and mid-day email update on all the latest news, plus news alerts as events warrant.
  • Analysis and opinion: A key feature of InsideEPA/climate is exclusive analysis by our experienced editorial team on how the latest climate policy developments will affect you and your organization. Plus you get exclusive interviews and guest columns from prominent policymakers and opinion makers.
  • Blogging about breaking news and events: As part of our commitment to be a one-stop-shop for everything you need to know about federal climate change policies, the InsideEPA/climate blog provides updates on key news developments and a roundup of climate policy news being reported by others. Our exclusive blog is an indispensable tool for staying ahead of the curve on all the rapid-fire developments in climate change policymaking.
  • Tracking regulatory, legal and legislative activities: InsideEPA/climate's exclusive tracking service provides an easy-read rundown of key deadlines, filings and events by regulatory agencies at the federal and state levels, as well as litigant activities in the courts. Also, you can easily follow major congressional proposals and hearings targeting EPA climate change policies, and more.
  • Calendar of key events: A complete listing of major events and deadlines related to the design and implementation of and compliance with climate change policies and greenhouse gas controls.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the exclusive features and services of InsideEPA/climate?

As a one-stop-shop for everything you need to know about EPA and federal climate change policies, InsideEPA/climate delivers news, analysis, documents, opinion and interviews, real-time updates on key events, a roundup of what others are reporting, and a calendar to keep you ahead of the curve on upcoming and recent policy developments.

InsideEPA/climate builds on more than 30 years of editorial experience with access to key policymakers and sources. Exclusive interviews will allow policymakers and opinion makers to frame the climate change debate in their own words, providing insight and perspective on the economy-wide impact of greenhouse gas regulations and other climate change initiatives.

So you don't miss any of this rapid-fire coverage, you'll get email alerts each business-day morning and afternoon with a rundown of the latest updates, news and documents, as well as news alerts as events warrant.

What has prompted the creation of InsideEPA/climate?

A lot has changed since the cap-and-trade legislation of 2010. EPA is proposing new greenhouse gas regulations that will have sweeping implications for the entire economy. New battle lines are being drawn and alliances are being formed based on the emergence of new technologies, industrial processes and emission-reduction options.

InsideEPA/climate brings meaning and order to the evolving climate change policy landscape so that you're in the loop on the latest regulatory requirements and greenhouse gas controls.

Why do I need InsideEPA/climate if I already subscribe to InsideEPA.com?

InsideEPA/climate goes beyond the current climate change coverage of InsideEPA.com to provide all the nuts-and-bolts details for policy professionals who need to know about federal climate change policies and regulations. That deep-dive coverage includes exclusive news on the regulatory and courthouse dockets, developments in the states and among federal agencies that will shape national policies and proposals for emission-reduction compliance options, the renewed debate in Congress on the economic impacts of EPA's climate change policies, and so much more.

How can I add InsideEPA/climate to my current account?

Subscribe and save 30% on a first-year license to InsideEPA/climate – you'll pay just $623 for a single reader. We're making this discount offer because we know that InsideEPA.com readers understand how valuable our behind-the-scenes coverage is.

Are there trials so I can try out InsideEPA/climate?

You're able to sign up for a no-obligation, one-month free trial to InsideEPA/climate after its launch on September 29. Your trial will allow you access to all the news, analysis and features, as well as email updates, from InsideEPA/climate.

Is there an email alert service from InsideEPA/climate and, if so, how will it affect current email alerts from InsideEPA.com?

So that you don't miss a beat of the climate policy debate, you'll get an email update every business-day morning from InsideEPA/climate on all the latest news, analysis and documents that have been posted to the website. And you'll get an afternoon email alert to help you stay in the loop on climate change policy developments throughout your workday, plus news alerts on major breaking developments.

You'll continue to get all the email alerts that you signed up to get from InsideEPA.com. No interference there, because we know how important those news alerts are to you too.

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