Air Pollution Prevention Under the Clean Air Act - Module 2 of 5
Congress passed America’s first federal law directly addressing air pollution in what year?
Congress passed _____________________ in 1965, and this law set standards for controlling automobile pollution emissions.
Which major amendment to the Clean Air Act expanded federal authority to regulate transboundary air pollution between states?
The Clean Air Act Amendments of ______ established the basis for modern air pollution control, prevention, and remediation law in the United States.
The Clean Air Act Amendments of ______ specifically addressed the challenges of acid rain, ozone depletion, and toxic air pollution.
As of 2018, the criteria air pollutants recognized by the EPA include all the following EXCEPT
The Clean Air Act requires the EPA to set the_________, known by a popular acronym, for criteria air pollutants, which are considered harmful to the public’s health and the health of our ecosystems.
What company famously pled guilty to three felonies committed while carrying out a scheme designed to cheat air pollution tests required by the Clean Air Act, resulting in the imposition of record-breaking fines and penalties?
Recent studies have shown that the policies created and enforced by the Clean Air Act have resulted in a meaningful drop in ground-level ozone, which is a component of ___________.
After the case of ____________________, in 2009 the EPA issued a finding that greenhouse gas emissions were endangering the public health and welfare and sought to limit those emissions from motor vehicles.