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Key Issues for 2017

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Endangerment Findings
Petition of the Competitive Enterprise Institute and the Science and Environmental Policy Project for Rulemaking on the Subject of Greenhouse Gases and Their Impact on Public Health and Welfare in Connection with EPA's 2009 Endangerment Finding, 74 FR 66,496 (Dec. 15, 2009) Competitive Enterprise Institute, the Science and Environmental Policy Project ...
Abstract: Petitioners Competitive Enterprise Institute, the Science and Environmental Policy Project, and four individual members of the latter's Board of Directors hereby petition EPA to initiate a rulemaking proceeding on the subject of greenhouse gases and their impact on public health and welfare. EPA addressed this matter in 2009 in its "Endangerment Finding." EPA, Final Rule, Endangerment and Cause or Contribute Findings for Greenhouse Gases Under Section 202(a) of the Clean Air Act, 74 FR 66,496 (Dec. 15, 2009). However, as explained below, since that finding was issued, evidence has continued to mount that directly contradicts it. For these reasons, we request that EPA commence a new proceeding on this matter.

Global Warming
Student Questions
Response to Danish Students Kenneth Haapala and S. Fred Singer, PhD
Abstract: Response to Danish Students' Questions:
Do you have the time to answer a few questions in writing?
1. What is behind global warming?
2. What can we do to prevent global warming?
3. If we don't do anything about it, how does it affect us and our descendants?
4. What will happen in the future, and what are the alternatives for us, if the Earth becomes unlivable?
5. How can we save Earth if it isn't too late?

All Key Issues for


Energy Issues
 Europe [1]

Environmental Issues
 Forest Fires [1]

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
 Endangerment Findings [1]

Global Warming
 Student Questions [1]

 Scientific Critique of IPCC [1]

 Climate Fear and Finance [1]

Temperature Measurements
 Surface Temperatures [1]
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