Legal analysis shows how untapped Clean Air Act provision can reduce greenhouse gas emissions

January 14, 2016

A report co-authored by UCLA School of Law professor Ann Carlson has found that an unused provision of the Clean Air Act authorizes the Environmental Protection Agency to develop and implement an economy-wide, market-based program to reduce domestic greenhouse gas emissions and achieve the Obama Administration’s pledge at the recent U.N. climate change talks in Paris.

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