Catholic News Service  |  July 1, 2022

Andrew Twinamatsiko, associate director of the Health Policy and the Law Initiative at the O’Neill Institute for National & Global Health Law of the Georgetown University Law Center, said the EPA can still act to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but only in a limited manner.

“The court said if Congress wants EPA to take a particular action that is very transformative then it has to come from Congress. From the court’s opinion, that without congressional action, the steps that EPA can take are going to be modest and won’t be able to meaningfully address climate change,” he told Catholic News Service.

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