Recommended that guidelines incorporate sustainability in their dietary recommendations.
Considers whether nitrous oxide emissions should be subject to direct regulation, what role EPA should play using its existing Clean Air Act authority, and more.
It has been postulated that this section could serve as a justification for regulating any greenhouse gas recognized under the Paris Climate Accord.
EPA has used this authority to set per-vehicle nitrous oxide and methane standards for light duty passenger vehicles as well as heavy-duty vehicles.
LPDD recommends that EPA consider promulgating nitrous oxide emission standards for fossil-fuel fired steam generators, natural gas units, and CAFOs.
CAA §615 provides the EPA Administrator authority to promulgate regulations controlling any substance anticipated to affect the stratosphere to the detriment of public health and welfare.
Studies regulatory options to control nitrous oxide and explores the environmental and economic impacts of enacting them.
Works with utilities to voluntarily commit to reduce sulfur hexafluoride emissions. The Partnership published a 2018 report detailing technical lessons learned from the partnership.
A voluntary program to recover emissions from appliance foams.
EPA’s GreenChill Partnership with food retailers, technology manufacturers, and chemical manufacturers works to reduce refrigerant emissions and transition to environmentally safe refrigerants.