CEI’s Marlo Lewis Comments on EPA’s Proposed Finding that CO2 “Endangers” Health and Welfare

by William Yeatman on June 18, 2009

The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed a finding that carbon dioxide (the same stuff we exhale) “endangers” public health and welfare by causing so-called global warming (even though global temperatures haven’t increased in a decade, despite steady increases in atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide, which, again, supposedly causes global warming).

It may seem like arcane bureaucratese, but an “endangerment” finding is actually a big deal that would hurt virtually every facet of the American economy. Under the Clean Air Act, an endangerment finding serves as a tripwire for a regulatory chain-reaction that would subject small businesses, farms, and any building larger than a mansion to costly red tape and endless paperwork.

In his comments on EPA’s proposed endangerment, available here, CEI’s Marlo Lewis exposes the flawed science behind the EPA’s finding, and he also explains the regulatory ramifications.

The deadline for the public comment period on the EPA’s proposed finding that greenhouse gases endanger human health and welfare is June 23rd. You may submit comments here.

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