Would expand federal instructions to include both CO2 sequestration characterization (by permit) and implementation (by lease), and revise existing instructions to incorporate more recent policy direction.
Establishes a program that requires development and implementation of farm-specific nitrogen management plans, prepared based on field and crop specific conditions by a certified nitrogen management planner.
Several proposed climate-related disclosure rules, ranging from discussions of climate-risk evaluation and governance to the impact of specific climate-related events on financial statement line items and related expenditures.
Would assist those impacted by climate change to ask their courts to examine the efforts by their government to address climate change, and if appropriate require the government to take further action.
Outlines the technical challenges to decarbonizing heavy duty transport, including aviation and shipping.
Achieves significant GHG emissions reductions along with reductions in other criteria pollutants, with a fleetwide target of 40 mpg by model year 2026.
Orders the U.S. government to be “net-zero” by 2050, with interim goals for buildings, energy, vehicle fleets, and purchasing policies.
The proposal would expand emissions reduction requirements for new, modified and reconstructed oil and natural gas sources, and would require states to reduce emissions from hundreds of thousands of existing sources nationwide for the first time.
Seeking comments about how to change or enhance existing transmission regulations to support the build-out of carbon-free resources.
Models an integrated Canada-US power grid capable of achieving an 80% reduction in carbon emissions through multiple pathways using a variety of flexible resources.