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Main Title Reducing Greenhouse Gases in the Mid-Atlantic: An Overview of EPA Region 3.
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Philadelphia, PA. Region III.
Year Published 2011
Stock Number PB2012-111200
Additional Subjects Air pollution abatement ; Greenhouse gases (GHG) ; Emissions ; Snapshots ; Policies ; Municipal actions ; Regulations ; Partnerships ; Internal capacity building ; Municipalities ; Activities ; Climate change ; Planning ; Metropolitan areas ; Regional programs ; Regional priorities ; State policies ; Renewable energy ; Energy efficiency ; Mid-Atlantic Region (United States) ; EPA Region 3 ; GHG-related activities ; Carbon dioxide ; State Renewable Portfolio Standards ; State Energy Efficiency Resource Standards
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NTIS  PB2012-111200 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 10/24/2012
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Abstract
The states and municipalities of the mid-Atlantic have been at the forefront of developing and implementing climate change policies to reduce their emissions of greenhouse gases. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 3 includes several states involved in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), the country's first market-based, mandatory cap-and-trade program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, as well as other states and local governments that have been developing innovative policies to provide increased energy efficiency and promote renewable energy. As a federal regulatory framework for climate change mitigation emerges, EPA Region 3 continues to increase our level of effort in promoting energy efficiency, renewable energy, and other greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction strategies. This document is intended to summarize current GHG-related activities across Region 3. It includes specific information on activities underway in each mid-Atlantic state, with an emphasis on the major municipalities that are home to so many of our residents. It provides a brief look at how regional priorities intersect with climate change and how the connections are manifesting through regional programs. It also includes several appendices with detailed information on state policies related to renewable energy and efficiency as well as several EPA efforts to assist metropolitan areas and other organizations with climate change planning.