EPA’s 2011 Inspector General Report on Greenhouse Gases: The Gift that Keeps Giving

CRE believes that there is no report on the use of the Data Quality Act that exceeds the analytical strength of the one prepared by EPA’s Inspector General titled: “Procedural Review of EPA’s Greenhouse Gases Endangerment Finding Data Quality Processes” in 2011.

The EPA IG report is now central to a defense for a possible forthcoming revised statement of EPA’s position on this matter.

The report is encyclopedic in terms of its detailed explanation of the DQA and is somewhat unique in that it lays out a game plan for invoking the HISA (Highly Influential Scientific Assessment) paradigm for fulfilling the peer review requirements of the Act.

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