May 2018

In this issue of EM, you will find a discussion of the new direction of U.S. climate policy in the wake of the Paris Agreement, focusing on how the international aviation and maritime shipping sectors, in particular, can reduce their climate impacts.

Inside This Month's Issue


Climate Policy: Past, Present, and Future
Bryan Comer

U.S. Climate Policy: 2017–20??
Thomas L. Brewer

International Aviation Emissions: Moving Beyond a Farsighted Vision
Dan Rutherford

Decarbonizing the International Maritime Shipping Sector: The Challenge Ahead
by Bryan Comer

Resiliency for a Changing Climate
Michael Shoemaker

Also This Month...

Tracking Dust Storms Using the Latest Satellite Technology: The Rapid Refresh GOES-16 Advanced Baseline Imager
by Shobha Kondragunta, Hai Zhang, Pubu Ciren, Istvan Laszlo, and Daniel Tong
A look at the latest satellite technology that can be used to track and measure major dust storms.

Regulatory Roundup: Uncertain Future of ‘Chevron
Deference’; MACT Policy Reversal

by William H. Haak
Regulatory Roundup spotlights key changes to the U.S.
regulatory landscape.

YP Perspective: The Big Easy: Making a Difference through Environmental Education
Paul Algu
One YP describes how he found professional balance through environmental education.


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