EPN Articles Related To Methane Rule

EPN IN THE NEWS RELATED TO Methane Rule

CleanLaw: Restricting EPA’s Authority – Joe Goffman and Laura Bloomer Talk Clean Air Act Rollbacks

March 9, 2020 / by

Robin Just /

Harvard’s Energy and Environmental Law Program

Joe Goffman, EPN member and former Associate Assistant Administrator for Climate and Senior Counsel, EPA Office of Air and Radiation was featured in this podcast, discussing how the Trump administration is using regulatory rollbacks to restrict EPA’s authority in tackling climate change.

EPA Proposes Elimination of Rule Limiting Methane Emissions

September 11, 2019 / by

Enrique Saenz /

Indiana Environmental Reporter

EPN member Janet McCabe, former Acting Assistant Administrator, EPA Office of Air and Radiation, was quoted in this article about proposed rollbacks to methane regulations and energy transportation standards, which could increase greenhouse gas emissions.

EPA Planning Rollback Of Methane Emissions

September 3, 2019 / by

Dean Knetter /

WNPR

Janet McCabe, EPN member and former EPA Acting Assistant Administrator, Office of Air and Radiation, was interviewed about proposed rollbacks to methane restrictions on the oil and gas industry, which could undermine the legal authority to regulate methane under the Clean Air Act in the future. (Clip starts at 0:45).

Trump Administration Proposes Weaker Monitoring of Major Greenhouse Gas

August 29, 2019 / by

Miranda Green and Rebecca Beitsch /

The Hill

EPN members Janet McCabe, former EPA Acting Assistant Administrator, Office of Air and Radiation, and Joe Goffman, former Associate Assistant Administrator for Climate and Senior Counsel, EPA Office of Air and Radiation, are quoted in this article about the new Trump Administration rule proposal that would allow for weaker monitoring of methane, a major greenhouse gas contributing to global warming. Joe was also quoted in similar articles in Earther, the Associated Press, the Independent, and KQED Science.

 

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