Car emissions are EPA's problem

Marris, Emma
April 2007
Nature;4/5/2007, Vol. 446 Issue 7136, p589
Academic Journal
The article announces the Supreme Court ruling that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) must regulate the carbon dioxide emitted from cars and trucks in the United States. The climatic changes caused by the Global Warming due to greenhouse gases and the responsibility of EPA to regulate pollutants under the Clean Air Act are discussed. The financial, international and domestic commitment of the federal government to the goal of reducing greenhouse-gas emissions is mentioned.


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