Supreme Court cripples EPA’s power to fight climate change

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday (June 30) severely restricted the federal authorities’s capacity to regulate greenhouse fuel emissions, in a 6-3 ruling cut up between the courtroom’s conservative majority and liberal minority.

Ruling on the case, referred to as West Virginia v. the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the courtroom’s six conservative justices held that the EPA — which was established in 1970 to curb widespread air pollution and implement nationwide environmental safety insurance policies — doesn’t have the authority to regulate greenhouse fuel emissions on a nationwide scale with out specific approval from the U.S. Congress.


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