The EPA's mandatory reporting rule

Overview:

The greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting program will provide information for future climate policies designed to curb GHG emissions.

In October 2009 the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), under the authority of the Clean Air Act and in response to the Appropriations Act, issued the Final Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases Rule, published in the Federal Register. The rule requires reporting of greenhouse gas emissions from large sources and suppliers in the United States and is intended to collect accurate and timely emissions data. Although not the primary focus of the rule, the greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting program will provide information for future climate policies designed to curb GHG emissions.

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