JunkScience.com PM2.5 efforts pay off: Form economic basis for repealing the Obama EPA Clean Power Plan

You’re welcome. Read my book for how we did it.

Here’s one of the cost-benefit charts in the proposed Clean Power plan repeal. Note the significance of assuming the reality that PM2.5 kills no one. It reduced the Obama EPA’s estimated benefits by as much as $29 billion (i.e., $55.5 billion minus $26.5 billion).

It’s all regulatory nonsense. But in the end, it’s the work of JunkScience.com that makes the economics work.

2 thoughts on “JunkScience.com PM2.5 efforts pay off: Form economic basis for repealing the Obama EPA Clean Power Plan”

  1. This just makes sense and perfect science. There is just so much “BS” out there in what was once a proud scientific community. “Fats are bad for you.” “Flossing will clean plaque from between your teeth.” “Meat is bad for you.” “Statins will make you live longer.” “Global warming is settled science.” When will it end? When the money stops flowing! Thanks for all you do, Steve!

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