- Post 01 July 2012
- By Copy Editor
The DC Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of the Obama Administration in rejecting challenges to the EPA's rules concerning carbon dioxide emissions from cars and light trucks.
But Cato scholar Patrick J. Michaels believes the larger battle is still to come. Later this year, the EPA is expected to finalize regulations regarding emissions from coal-fired plants, and Michaels, working with a team of experts and scientists, has assembled the most comprehensive scientific critique of the EPA Endangerment Finding on coal-fired plants ever written. "Our review," says Michaels, "directly counters their claims on how climate change impacts the United States."
- "Stopping the EPA: the Long Game," by Patrick J. Michaels
- "Correcting the EPA's Record on Global Warming and Climate Change," by Patrick J. Michaels