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Washington CNN The Environmental Protection Agency will announce Monday that greenhouse gases pose a threat to public health and welfare, two senior administration officials told CNN.

The anticipated announcement by EPA administrator Lisa Jackson stems from a Supreme Court ruling which ordered the agency to determine the impact of carbon emissions not only on the environment, but on public health.

Immediately after the announcement, Jackson will head to Copenhagen, Denmark, to participate in the Copenhagen Climate Conference ahead of President Barack Obamas appearance on Friday.

Her statement could provide proof to the conference that the agency and the Obama administration are taking global warming seriously. However, White House aides caution the finding does not mean the EPA will immediately begin regulating industries that pollute the air.

The Obama administration is pushing for comprehensive energy legislation from Congress that puts a price on carbon emissions, a socalled cap and trade policy that uses market forces as an incentive for businesses to r designer for clothes educe carbon emissions.

In her announcement, Jackson will make the case that climate change affects weather patterns like droughts, hurricanes, heat waves and the air that people breathe, the officials said. She will say that carbon dioxide emissions go beyond damaging the environment, but also endangers public health.

The agency is making this announcement because it is required to issue an endangerment finding evid designer for clothes ence that carbon emissions are dangerous to the public health before it can regulate carbon dioxide and five other greenhouse gases under the federal Clean Air Act.

The EPA said in April 2009 that it would likely make such a ruling regarding carbon emissions and public health. The agency completed a publiccomment process before making the announcement.

The facts that Republicans like to ignore is that climate change does weird things to weather. There are more places that are getting flooded and droughts that didnt have it before. That is one of the effects of the climate changing because of the increase of CO2. If they doubt this, then try living in a clear box where there an increase of CO2 and other gasses over the designer for clothes course of hours. I think they will agree that the change in percentages changes things very quickly and might even change their minds.

December 7, 2009 01:55 pm at 1:55 pm

What a bunch of crappola. These are the same political bureaucrats that set the safe drinking water standards so low while if you put pepper on your food or drink a beer you completely blow out all Government set levels of intake of carcinogenic or other harmful compounds. EPA, State and local environmental regulations are why we NOW have so many bureaucrats on the tax teet while the general private sector of manufacturing, development and industry are JOBLESS! It is not like they are a bad idea, regulation is needed, it is the mindless regulation without any common sense that has destroyed us, much like political correctness! designer for clothes