Dear Administrator McCarthy:
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The Chamber strongly supports continued environmental improvements, including sensible approaches to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. We believe that economic growth and environmental progress are not mutually exclusive goals. In fact, the United States is the only major country that has actually and substantially reduced its C02 emissions while continuing to grow our economy. To make further progress, we should be guided by what has already worked: gains in efficiency, new technologies, and the increased use of natural gas and renewable fuels.
A technology-based approach to environmental progress that focuses on becoming more energy efficient and lowering the cost of alternatives plays to America's strengths in innovation. Conversely, a heavy-handed regulatory approach that smothers the U.S. economy in massive costs, puts people out of work, and hands an economic advantage to U.S. competitors is not an effective or viable environmental strategy.
The Chamber supports commonsense policies that balance environmental improvement with economic growth. We:
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Dear Administrator McCarthy:
Dear Administrator Shelanski:
"Sue and Settle" refers to when a federal agency agrees to a settlement agreement, in a lawsuit from special interest groups, to create priorities and rules outside of the normal rulemaking process. The agency intentionally relinquishes statutory discretion by committing to timelines and priorities that often realign agency duties. These settlement agreements are negotiated behind closed doors with no participation from the public or affected parties.
By Bill Kovacs
Small business owners don’t need haunted houses or horror movies. Washington gives them plenty of reasons to scream.
If a business would have accidentally polluted a river, the agency would've thrown the book at it.
VIA ELECTRONIC FILING
TO: United States Fish & Wildlife Service
Public Comments Processing
Division of Policy, Performance, and Management Programs
5275 Leesburg Pike
Falls Church, VA 22041-3803
RE: Comments on Draft Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Endangered Species Act Compensatory Mitigation Policy (81 Fed. Reg. 61032) (September 2, 2016), Docket No. FWS–HQ–ES–2015–0165; RIN 1018-BB72.
VIA ELECTRONIC MAIL
RE: Comments of the NAAQS Implementation Coalition on the United States Environmental Protection Agency's "Revised Draft Guidance on Significant Impact Levels for Ozone and Fine Particles in Prevention of Significant Deterioration Permitting Program"
TO: Christopher Lieske
Office of Transportation and Air Quality
Assessment and Standards Division
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
2000 Traverwood Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Office of Chief Counsel
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
1200 New Jersey Ave. SE
Washington, D.C. 20590
Air Resources Board
9480 Telstar Avenue, Suite 4
El Monte, CA 91731
Here are a few key energy issues that we’ll be keeping a close eye on during Monday’s debate.