Why EPA Regulating Greenhouse Gases Is Absurd…And Why It Doesn’t Matter

John Nielsen-Gammon is not happy with the appeals court decision that upheld EPA GHG emissions rules concluding:

Until there’s a reasonably intelligent scheme, approved by Congress and the Administration, for regulating greenhouse gases effectively and appropriately on a national and intenational level, the present absurd approach is mandated by law.

To me this seems like plenty of motivation for congress to pass a reasonably intelligent scheme for regulating greenhouse gases effectively and appropriately. I won’t hold my breath.

3 thoughts on “Why EPA Regulating Greenhouse Gases Is Absurd…And Why It Doesn’t Matter

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  1. Aw, I think the ruling is probably correct as a matter of law, though I’m not a lawyer. What I’m not happy about is a Congress that can’t tackle any problems in a meaningful way.

  2. “plenty of motivation for congress to pass a reasonably intelligent scheme for regulating greenhouse gases effectively and appropriately.”

    yes

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