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Nov 20

The Costs of Regulating Carbon Dioxide: What the EPA's Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Really Means

Location: The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium


The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) foreshadows new regulations of unprecedented scope, magnitude, and detail for the nation for the curbing of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.  This notice is not just bureaucratic rumination; it could very well become the law of the land as a senior environmental advisor to the President-elect has indicated their support for these rulings.  The economic impact of enforced cuts in CO2 emissions as outlined in the ANPR will be equivalent to an energy tax, and businesses small and large will be forced to pay massive new taxes.  During the current comment period, affected parties can post their views about these regulations at StopEPA.com.  What effects will these new regulations have on our economy?  Will "green jobs" be enough to stimulate our economy?  And what will these provisions do to affect climate change?   Please join us as our expert panel addresses these questions and more. 

More About the Speakers

Rick Kraus
Senior Director of Regulatory Relations,
American Farm Bureau Federation

Marlo Lewis
Senior Fellow,
Competitive Enterprise Institute

David Kreutzer, Ph.D.
Senior Policy Analyst in Energy Economics and Climate Change,
The Heritage Foundation

Karen Campbell, Ph.D.
Policy Analyst,
The Heritage Foundation

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Robert Gordon Robert Gordon

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