Five states intend to sue EPA over lack of emissions regulation

07/31/2008 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Spearheaded by California's attorney general, five states intend to sue the Environmental Protection Agency for not regulating emissions from ships, aircraft and off-road vehicles. Cruise ships and domestic airline flights account for the same percentage of the country's greenhouse gas emissions at 3%. However, EPA is not required to regulate carbon dioxide emissions unless a danger to public health can be shown.

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