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A Pragmatic Approach to Regulating Greenhouse Gases Under the Clean Air Act

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Combined Heat and Power for Industrial Revitalization

This paper highlights the advantages of Combined Heat and Power (CHP) in improving industrial competitiveness and environmental quality. It examines current and potential levels of CHP...

Controlling Airport-Related Air Pollution

CPI Dialogue Meeting 2016 Agenda

Full Agenda and Speaker List for the 2016 Climate Policy Initiative Dialogue Meeting in Washington, D.C.

Design of a Cap on Emissions from California Power Demand

Effective, Cost-effective Outcomes via a System-Based Approach

CCAP Senior Program Manager Stacey Davis testified before an EPA “public listening session” regarding the regulation of carbon emissions from existing power plants under the...

Effective, Cost-effective Outcomes via a System-Based Approach

Statement from Stacey Davis, Senior Program Manager, CCAP Public Hearing on the Proposed Clean Power Plan, July 30, 2014

Fact Sheet: Expanding the Solution Set: How Combined Heat and Power Can Support Compliance with 111(d) Standards for Existing Power Plants

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Policy Options for Controlling Airport-Related Emissions

Prospects for Participation of Methane Sectors in Emissions Trading Programs in California

Reducing CO2 Emissions from California's Cement Sector

Reducing Emissions from Aviation: Policy Options

Report: Expanding the Solution Set: How Combined Heat and Power Can Support Compliance with 111(d) Standards for Existing Power Plants

Read the fact sheet. When this option is on the table, you’re lowering costs overall. When you take it off the table, you leave money...

The President’s Climate Action Plan: Right on the Money

On July 26, 2013 President Obama announced a far-reaching Climate Action Plan that will support achievement of the U.S. commitment to reduce national carbon pollution...