Re-Considering Co-Benefits in Environmental Regulation

Re-Considering Co-Benefits in Environmental Regulation

Desde: Teleforum
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How an agency counts costs and benefits can often determine whether it will regulate at all. EPA’s reconsideration of its co-benefit accounting methodology in the context of its mercury standard could have significant implications for environmental regulation.
Since the Reagan Administration, federal agencies have been required by Executive Order to quantify the costs and benefits of significant regulatory actions, and to avoid regulations that do more harm than good. Some statutes ... Más informaciones

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