New York Times Quotes Ann Carlson on EPA’s Challenge Against California

Professor Ann Carlson, faculty co-director of the Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, was quoted by the New York Times in a discussion of the Environmental Protection Agency’s recent challenge against California. The agency is working to ensure that the state can no longer set its own air pollution rules—a right that California has had since 1970 under the Clean Air Act.

“This is uncharted territory,” said Carlson. “California has a long history of leading on auto emissions in a way that has been very productive for the rest of the country.”

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