New climate politics

03/28/2011
No better measure exists of change in climate politics than the lone amendment Democrats managed to attach to a House bill last week blocking regulation of greenhouse gases by the Environmental Protection Agency. The attachment expressed a "sense of Congress" about "scientific concern over warming of the climate system."Who would deny the existence of such concern? Far more important was Democratic failure to push through an amendment granting congressional acceptance to EPA's finding that GHGs endanger human health. With that declaration, EPA activated a 2007 Supreme Court judgment upholding its authority to regulate GHGs under the Clean Air Act. The consequent transf...
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