New EPA rules require Indiana reduce its carbon emissions at least 28 percent by 2030. How that's done is left largely up to the state.
Under the new rules, states are allowedÂ to decide how they cut carbon emissions as long as they meet one of twoÂ federally-established goals-either a reduction in total carbon emissions or the amount of carbon emissions producer per megawatt hour of electricity.
This week on Noon Edition, we spoke with experts about how IndianaÂ might meet the new regulations, and the state'sÂ decision to join a lawsuit against the EPA.
Mark Maassel, President of the Indiana Energy Association
Jodi Perras,Â Indiana Representative for the Sierra Club'sÂ Beyond Coal campaign
Kenneth Richards,Â Professor of Environmental and Energy Policy, Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Noon Edition airs every Friday at 12 p.m.