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A New Clean Power Plan: EPA Administrator is Hopeful in EPA's June 2, 2014 Press Conference - Environmental Law News

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Posted on: Jun 11, 2014

From Ice Miller Partner Kristin Tridico:

Saying we "don't settle, we lead," EPA Administrator McCarthy wants all of us, especially moms and businesses, to use the "moral obligation" to deliver on the promise of a healthy tomorrow. Citing "supercharging risks" today, EPA proposed a Clean Power Plan to cut carbon pollution by the power sector. McCarthy said that "families’ health and kids’ future" create this moral obligation to act on climate change. According to McCarthy, EPA wants to turn climate risks into business opportunities to spur business innovation so that the United States leads the world.

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Kristina M. Tridico, Partner
Kristina M. Tridico, Partner

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