EPA Committee Seeks Long-Term Pollutant Standards

Law360, New York (May 9, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The Environmental Protection Agency should establish standards regarding carbon dioxide, greenhouse gases and climate change-related pollutants in order to stimulate private investment in technology aimed at diminishing the effects of such contaminants, according to a new study by an advisory committee for the EPA.

The National Advisory Council for Environmental Policy and Technology released a report on Thursday on initiatives the EPA and the investment community can take regarding the commercialization of environmental technologies.

The report, titled “EPA and the Venture Capital Community: Building Bridges to...
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