Domestic Action on Aviation Carbon

July 2012

Climate Advisers associate Samuel Grausz argues with co-author Nathan Richardson that the EPA could craft aviation emissions regulations under the Clean Air Act that could achieve environmental and industry goals while implementing the ICAO policy or satisfying the EU “equivalency” requirement. These regulations could be both broad and flexible, covering existing and new aircraft engines and allowing compliance through airframe and operational changes. Learn more about the Blue Skies Project