Explainer: EPA’s authority for regulating aircraft emissions

In 2007, a divided US Supreme Court ruled that the 1970 Clean Air Act granted the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) the authority to regulate automobile CO2 emissions. The ruling stemmed from a case brought by a number of states that rejected EPA’s assertion, made during former President...

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