Politics, Power Plants, and the “War on Coal”

In their new book, Struggling for Air: Power Plants and the “War on Coal”,* Richard L. Revesz and Jack Lienke explain how the US Environmental Protection Agency’s recent restrictions on pollution from coal-fired power plants fit within the broader historical context of our nation’s five-decade struggle to achieve clean air in every American community.

Workshops & Seminars featuring Vicki Arroyo Dallas Burtraw, Jonathan Cannon Jack Lienke and Richard Revesz — April 5, 2016

Politics, Power Plants, and the “War on Coal”

In their new book, Struggling for Air: Power Plants and the “War on Coal”,* Richard L. Revesz and Jack Lienke explain how the US Environmental Protection Agency’s recent restrictions on pollution from coal-fired power plants fit within the broader historical context of our nation’s five-decade struggle to achieve clean air in every American community.

Workshops & Seminars featuring Vicki Arroyo Dallas Burtraw, Jonathan Cannon Jack Lienke and Richard Revesz — April 5, 2016

Participants

Vicki Arroyo

Dallas Burtraw

Darius Gaskins Senior Fellow

Jonathan Cannon

Jack Lienke

Richard Revesz