The Environmental Protection Agency's proposed Affordable Clean Energy rule would do little to address climate change and would likely have even greater adverse air quality and health effects in some states than EPA has projected, according to a new working paper by leaders of the Science Policy Exchange Energy Transformation project. The working paper is entitled, "Carbon Standards Re-Examined: An Analysis of Potential Emissions Outcomes for the Affordable Clean Energy Rule and the Clean Power Plan."
The authors of the working paper are Kathy Fallon Lambert, Amelia T. Keyes, Charles T. Driscoll, Dallas Burtraw, Habibollah Fakhraei,
Jonathan J. Buonocore and Jonathan I. Levy.