Supreme Court limits EPA's regulation of greenhouse gases

The Supreme Court has ruled that greenhouse-gas emissions alone do not trigger permitting requirements under the Prevention of Significant Deterioration program of the Clean Air Act. Only those facilities emitting above threshold amounts of a conventional pollutant would trigger PSD permitting requirements. Once PSD is triggered, such facilities must control emissions of conventional pollutants as well as GHGs.

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