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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