Calls for rebuilding the rulemaking process at the close of the Trump Administration through specific reforms at the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs.
Proposes reforms related to carbon pricing, revising transmission policies, and reforming electricity market rules.
Describes immediate and longer-term actions that Interior’s Bureau of Land Management and Bureau of Ocean Energy Management should take to reform public lands management consistent with climate mitigation.
Includes written testimony of several experts on FERC's legal authority to impose carbon pricing.
364 different NGOs cosigned a 2017 EPA petition to update New Source Performance Standards and National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants that apply to facilities that convert fossil fuels into plastics.
Outlines a Department-wide strategy to accelerate innovation across a range of storage technologies based on three concepts: Innovate Here, Make Here, Deploy Everywhere.
A DOE-convened coalition of community solar stakeholders - state, local, and tribal governments, utilities, businesses, nonprofit organizations, and others - working to expand access to affordable community solar to every American household by 2025.
Explains how carbon-pricing rules in organized wholesale electricity markets can improve economic efficiency, and explores the economic principles and legal requirements for RTOs, states, and FERC to consider when implementing a carbon-pricing rule.
Critiques current US Dietary Guidelines as potentially being worse for the planet than average US diets.
Argues that the National Nutrition Monitoring and Related Research Act provides USDA and HSS with sufficient statutory authority to adopt sustainable dietary guidelines.