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The Biggest Energy and Environmental Issues: Highlights from 2015 and What to Expect in 2016

As 2015 winds down, here are the big accomplishments in the energy and environment space this year and what to expect in 2016. In several areas, energy and environmental policy issues advanced significantly this year—more...more

Is the ExxonMobil Research Investigation the Next Keystone Pipeline?

When issues become symbolic in a public policy debate, they take unexpected and unpredictable paths. This was true of the Keystone Pipeline debate and the same will be true for the latest controversy over ExxonMobil’s climate...more

Clean Power Plan Outlook: What to Expect in the Short, Medium and Long Term

Today, President Obama released the Clean Power Plan (CPP), new regulations that limit carbon emissions from both new and existing power plants. The rules will have a real impact on the way electricity is generated and the...more

The Most Influential, Unimplemented Federal Rule in History

The Clean Power Plan, as proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency last year, would limit carbon dioxide emissions from power plants for the first time in history. The proposal, slated to go final this summer, is...more

2015 Washington Outlook

In this issue: - Congressional Outlook - Senate Committees - House Committees - Excerpt from Congressional Outlook: Deadlines, Expirations, and Important Dates in 2015 - As the 114th...more

The Potential Impact of John Podesta's Exit on the Energy Sector

There has been—appropriately—much attention given to the election and the impact it will have on control of the U.S. Senate. Given the possibility of a Republican-controlled Senate, we have also seen a flurry of analysis of...more

11/6/2014

The Top 6 Takeaways From the EPA's Proposed Greenhouse Gas Rules

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a proposed rule this yesterday that would regulate carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from existing power plants. The rule would require reductions in CO2 emissions of 25 percent...more

How the Failure of Energy Efficiency Legislation Paves the Way for CO2 Regulation

Earlier this week, the United States Senate got itself tangled up in a debate over the structure of amendments to an energy efficiency bill. This hardly qualifies as news. But the inability of the Senate to come to agreement...more

2014 Washington Outlook

In this issue: - Overview - Tax Reform Outlook - Immigration Outlook - Health Care Outlook - Telecommunications Outlook - Energy Outlook - Financial Services Outlook -...more

Proposed Carbon Rules for New Power Plants: What They Are and What They Mean

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released today its long-awaited proposed rule limiting carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from new power plants. The proposed rule is important because it has the potential to...more

9/23/2013

Obama's Climate Change Agenda Revealed

President Obama’s speech today laying out a climate change agenda shows his focus and commitment to reducing carbon emissions. Also, his plan is built on actions his administration can take without congressional approval—an...more

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