Replacing Clean Power Plan Proves Complicated, according to College of Engineering Researcher
A new study between Syracuse University and Harvard has discovered that replacing the Clean Power Plan would actually be worse than doing nothing. Professor Charles Driscoll talks to Phys. Org explaining why this is the case.
“The bottom line is that the ‘inside the fence line’ approach would do more harm than good,” he said. “Not only would it cause thousands of extra deaths and cost billions every year compared to the Clean Power Plan, it would inflict more harm than doing nothing at all.”