Banking on Allowances: The EPA’s Mixed Record in Managing Emissions-Market Transitions
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Keywordscap and trade; nitrous oxides; sulfur dioxide; banking; borrowing; CAIR; NOx SIP Call; Transport Rule; Clean Air Act; EPA;
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