EPA to hold Public Meeting on Flight Pollution this August On June 10, 2015, the EPA announced that they intend to regulate Greenhouse Gas emissions from jet planes under the Clean Air Act. While this is a huge step forward in addressing the health concerns posed by skies covered in chemical clouds, the proposed regulations do nothing to address three important areas; 1) rogue geoengineering, 2) bio-accumulation of cancer-causing fuel additives, and 3) the potential environmental damage from the use of aviation biofuels to combat contrails.
The EPA will be holding a public hearing in the Bill Clinton building in Washington DC. on Tuesday, August 11th.
Jim Lee from ClimateViewer.com is hoping to attend this meeting. Take a moment to check out his video.