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Ecocentricity Blog - Front Two: Benign Emissions

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Back in September 2003, the EPA decided that carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases were not “air pollutants,” meaning that the EPA didn’t have to regulate them under the Clean Air Act. A number of states concerned about climate change didn’t take kindly to this determination. Voila, we have a lawsuit!

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As we turn to the second front of Mount Sustainability, I’m going to try something ambitious (or perhaps foolish). I am going to try to make a judgment of the United States Supreme Court interesting.

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Keywords: #Ecocentricity | Environment | Business Ethics | Climate Action | Life on Land | Pollution | Ray C. Anderson Foundation | Remediation | Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Sustainable Development Goals

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