Bloomberg: "Air and Climate Standards Top EPA's 2023 Rulemaking To-Do List"
Comments made by EPA Deputy Administrator Janet McCabe during RFF's Big Decisions 2023 event in January feature heavily in a story about EPA priorities.
Emissions rulemaking is a priority for the agency this year, including power sector rules and a proposed review of mercury standards, according to EPA Deputy Administrator Janet McCabe.
“You’re going to see a lot of progress on our regulatory agenda in 2023,” McCabe said at an event hosted by Resources for the Future this month...
“The regulatory responsibility of the EPA under the country’s fundamental environmental statutes is a really necessary part of the country’s response to the climate change challenge,” McCabe said."
RFF Live — Jan 18, 2023
Big Decisions 2023
RFF's annual event exploring big decisions in climate, energy, and the environment in the year ahead
Common Resources — Mar 21, 2023
The Trade-Off between Costs and Emissions for the Hydrogen Tax Credit
Deploying hydrogen technologies quickly can speed up decarbonization and reduce associated costs, but also could increase emissions in the short run. This trade-off depends on how the US Department of the Treasury will implement the hydrogen tax credit.
Resources Radio — Mar 21, 2023
Energy Transition in Canada’s Oil Sands, with Andrew Leach
Andrew Leach discusses the trajectory of oil and gas development in Alberta, Canada, and the political dimensions of Canada’s energy transition.
Press Release — Mar 16, 2023
Resources for the Future Introduces Project to Measure Carbon Effects of Proposed Legislation
Today, researchers at Resources for the Future (RFF) are debuting the Carbon Scoring Project—an independent policy effort that will routinely and consistently “score” the effects of proposed US legislation for the benefit of policymakers.