Greenhouse Gas Regulation

Groups want ammonia emissions to be regulated under the Clean Air Act

On April 6, a group of organizations led by the Environmental Integrity Project, petitioned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to regulate ammonia as a criteria pollutant under the Clean Air Act, Sections 108 and 109. Whether EPA chooses to fold ammonia emissions into the Clean Air Act may depend upon the National Air Emission Monitoring Study data-processing that is underway at the agency. FULL STORY »

Running on empty: pondering ‘Life Without Oil’

It’s time we faced some inevitable facts about oil. We’re running out of it, for one. Oh, we won’t run out of oil tomorrow, or next year. In fact, oil may remain our primary energy source for the remainder of your lifetime. Still, the supply is finite. FULL STORY »

Can state-level climate policies survive constitutional scrutiny?

Over the past five years, California has filled the void in federal leadership though implementation of comprehensive climate change legislation. FULL STORY »

Using Climate Information To Asses Expected Corn Yields

How did weather conditions in 2010 impact global corn yield and corn markets? What weather impacts on global production are anticipated this spring? These questions will be addressed at the 9th Annual NOAA Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop to be held at the Des Moines Downtown Marriott on March 1 - 4.

Groups Call On Obama To Defend Climate Rules

In a letter Thursday, more than 20 groups called on President Obama to use the State of the Union address to push back against attempts by Republicans and some Democrats to block or delay EPA’s efforts to regulate greenhouse gas emissions, according to

Purdue Wraps Up Emission Study, Starts Crunching Numbers

Purdue University researchers have delivered data to the Environmental Protection Agency on a two-year National Air Emissions Monitoring Study that gives a look at air quality on and around livestock farms. FULL STORY »

Mizzou Scientists Find New Farming Method To Reduce Greenhouse Gases, Increase Farm Yields

U.S. agricultural practices create 58 percent of nitrous oxide in the world, which is the third most prevalent greenhouse gas in the atmosphere. Scientists believe nitrous oxide contributes to global warming about 300 times more than carbon dioxide. New practices and products have been introduced to address this issue, but farmers do not have the time or profit margins to experiment with ideas that may ultimately hurt the "bottom line."

Iowa State: Freshwater Methane Release Changes Greenhouse Gas Equation

An international team of scientists has released data indicating that greenhouse gas uptake by continents is less than previously thought because of methane emissions from freshwater areas.

Study: No-Till Farming Reduces Greenhouse Gas

No-till farming, in which farmers don't plow under their fields between crops, releases far smaller amounts of a potent greenhouse gas into the air than conventional farming, according to a new study that suggests no-till may help combat global warming.

EPA Renews Climate Fight

Undaunted by the death of climate legislation earlier this year, the Environmental Protection Agency is expected to roll out a major greenhouse gas policy for power plants and refineries, according to Even in the face of mounting opposition on Capitol Hill, the Obama administration is signaling it won’t back off its push to fight climate change.

New Online Tool To Estimate Farm-Level GHG Emissions

USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service Chief Dave White today announced the release of an enhanced and expanded online tool developed in collaboration with Colorado State University that helps producers estimate carbon sequestration and greenhouse-gas emissions. FULL STORY »

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