EPA's Jackson: Downturn is affecting efforts to curb emissions

08/1/2010 | Alaska Journal of Commerce

Lisa Jackson, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, said regulating greenhouse-gas emissions from industrial facilities is "something the economy cannot deal with right away." Jackson said that the stalling of climate-change legislation illustrates how economic worries are affecting efforts to cap greenhouse-gas emissions.

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