"The researchers from Harvard University, Syracuse University and Resources for the Future found the rule would lead to 'substantial variation' in carbon emissions among states. Eighteen states and Washington, D.C., would see higher emissions. Of those, Maryland would have the highest percentage increase: an 8.7 percent uptick in 2030. 'It's sort of an astonishing outcome for a re-draft of a regulation,' said Dallas Burtraw, senior fellow at Resources for the Future and the report's co-author."
Study sees CO2 'rebound' under proposed carbon rule
Media Highlight from ClimateWire, E&E News — Jan. 16, 2019