EPA to delay a new rule on carbon emissions, the first one in 50 years

By ALEXANDER BERGER, Associated PressU.S.EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said Friday he will delay the first environmental protection rule that would apply carbon dioxide emissions to power plants and other sectors until the summer of 2021.The rule, to be released later this year, would prohibit coal-fired power plants from emitting carbon dioxide at any time during […]

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How does the US Environmental Protection Agency tax companies that clean up our environment?

With the economy in the midst of the worst recession since the Great Depression, environmental groups are now raising their concerns about a tax on the profits of companies that contribute to the economy.This week the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) and its affiliate, the Center for Biological Diversity (CBD), are suing the US Department of […]

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Nevena Environmental Protection Tax: A $4 Billion Tax on Corporate Emissions

Nevenas Environmental Protection Taxes are a tax on emissions, and it’s the tax that we have on fossil fuels and oil and gas.In fact, the Environmental Protection of Natural Resources Tax (EPRNT) has already passed the Senate and the House of Representatives, and the President signed it into law in April of this year.It’s a […]

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