Harvard University

For Support Of The Coal Impact Project

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    15 Months
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Harvard University is the fiscal sponsor of the Science Policy Exchange, a collaboration among academic institutions and researchers who use scientific analysis to inform policy debates. Through this supplemental grant, the Science Policy Exchange will continue to manage a second phase of research to quantify the health, environmental, and economic benefits of a new Environmental Protection Agency regulation to limit global warming pollution from existing power plants in the United States. The project includes a communications component to ensure the results reach priority audiences in key states. Communicating scientifically proven benefits of the new rule will help educate governors, state regulators, and other key state decision makers, and build support for a stronger and more effective national standard.
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Harvard Kennedy School79 John F. Kennedy Street
Cambridge, MA 02138

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