US Environmental Protection Agency is "days away" from issuing a broad document that will detail "ways in which regulation of greenhouse gas emissions" could apply under the Clean Air Act, potentially leading to establishment of carbon dioxide emissions regulations for a broad range of industries including commercial aviation, a top EPA official said yesterday. Speaking yesterday at the Eco-Aviation conference presented by Air Transport World and Leeham Co. in Washington, EPA Office of ...

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