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Regulating Greenhouse Gases under the Clean Air Act
The earth continues to get hotter as a result of anthropogenic climate change and adverse effects will increase in frequency and severity for populations and economies across the United States. There is clear scientific ...
Lifecycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Power Generation: A Comparative Analysis Between the United States and the European Union and its Implication for Developing Economies Using the Example of China
In this study, it will be examined how these technologies, including coal, natural gas, nuclear, and renewables (wind, hydro, solar, biomass, and geothermal), are currently generating greenhouse gas emissions in the ...
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions by Powering Non-Powered Dams
Data appears to indicate that clearly defined changes have occurred over the past century or so to the earth’s climate. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) indicates that average temperature is one ...