US Ruling Delivers (Partial) Blow to Climate Agenda

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The US Supreme Court has narrowed the federal government's authority to regulate power sector emissions — at least in a way that is too prescriptive. The 6-3 decision, handed down Jun. 30, whittles down one of the most significant tools in the Biden administration's climate toolkit but leaves room for other regulatory pathways, such as those encouraging hydrogen, carbon capture and other innovations in the US electricity sector.

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