US Climate Policy: How We Got Here and What it Means for the Future

Resources for the Future

Resources for the Future — Washington, DC

October 15, 2015

Van Ness Feldman invites you join Resources for the Future for a conversation between Bob Nordhaus and RFF President Phil Sharp, as they discuss the evolution of US climate policy and its future prospects.

Bob played a central role in drafting two of the pillars of current US climate efforts: Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards and Section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act, the legal underpinning of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan.  Phil, when he was in Congress, was a key figure in 1975 CAFE legislation and the 1990 Clean Air Act.

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