The Federal Legislative Response to Climate Change

32

Bills Pending In Congress

0

Bill Passed At Least One Chamber

0

Bill Enacted Into Law
Summary of Current Climate-Related Legislation
Title Status Probability of Enactment Date of Most Recent Action
Introduced Awaiting Bill Text 2021-03-04
Introduced Awaiting Bill Text 2021-03-02
Introduced Awaiting Bill Text 2021-02-24
Introduced Awaiting Bill Text 2021-02-24
Introduced 3% 2021-02-08
Introduced 34% 2021-02-08
Introduced 34% 2021-02-08
Introduced 3% 2021-02-08
Introduced 4% 2021-02-05
Introduced 6% 2021-02-04
Introduced 7% 2021-02-04
Introduced 15% 2021-02-04
Introduced 3% 2021-02-03
Introduced 1% 2021-02-03
Introduced 3% 2021-02-03
Introduced 1% 2021-02-03
Introduced 22% 2021-02-02
Introduced 6% 2021-02-01
Introduced 4% 2021-01-28
Introduced 4% 2021-01-28
Introduced 4% 2021-01-28
Introduced 6% 2021-01-28
Introduced 25% 2021-01-28
Introduced 1% 2021-01-28
Introduced 1% 2021-01-28
Introduced 4% 2021-01-25
Introduced 3% 2021-01-25
Introduced 1% 2021-01-25
Introduced Awaiting Bill Text 2021-01-21
Introduced 4% 2021-01-11
Introduced 3% 2021-01-04
Introduced 3% 2021-01-04

The Federal Regulatory Response to Climate Change

16

Regulations and Proclamations Published

9

Agencies Involved
Summary of Climate-Related Regulations
Title Agency Publication Date
South Atlantic Fishery Management Council; Public Meeting Department of Commerce 2021-03-08
America's Supply Chains Executive Office of the President 2021-03-01
Energy Conservation Program: Procedures for Use in New or Revised Energy Conservation Standards and Test Procedures for Consumer Products and Commercial/Industrial Equipment; Prioritization Process Department of Energy 2021-02-19
National Environmental Policy Act Guidance on Consideration of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Council on Environmental Quality 2021-02-19
FY 2021 Competitive Funding Opportunity: Low or No Emission Grant Program Department of Transportation 2021-02-18
ONRR 2020 Valuation Reform and Civil Penalty Rule: Delay of Effective Date; Request for Public Comment Department of the Interior 2021-02-12
Energy Labeling Rule Federal Trade Commission 2021-02-12
Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks: 1990-2019 Environmental Protection Agency 2021-02-12
Rebuilding and Enhancing Programs To Resettle Refugees and Planning for the Impact of Climate Change on Migration Executive Office of the President 2021-02-09
Agricultural Conservation Easement Program Department of Agriculture 2021-02-04
Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad Executive Office of the President 2021-02-01
Tribal Consultation and Strengthening Nation-to-Nation Relationships Executive Office of the President 2021-01-29
Redressing Our Nation's and the Federal Government's History of Discriminatory Housing Practices and Policies Executive Office of the President 2021-01-29
Modernizing Regulatory Review Executive Office of the President 2021-01-26
Protecting Public Health and the Environment and Restoring Science To Tackle the Climate Crisis Executive Office of the President 2021-01-25
Revocation of Certain Executive Orders Concerning Federal Regulation Executive Office of the President 2021-01-25

What is this site?

Skopos Labs launched this site for the public to stay updated on federal U.S. policy-making related to climate change, including tracking legislative activity and regulatory activity from over 200 federal agencies.

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Skopos Labs is a team of A.I. researchers, data scientists, software engineers, financial professionals, attorneys and policy experts that have developed an automated platform that predicts policy-making outcomes and their impacts on thousands of companies and financial markets. For more information visit our website or email info@skoposlabs.com

Methodology

Our A.I. platform ingests and analyzes policy data from official government websites and identifies proposed policies related to climate change based on the associated text of legislation and Federal Register publications. These policies are further filtered to exclude bills and regulations that we predict are unlikely to be significant. For background on some of the enactment prediction methods we employ, see this paper.

The data are updated multiple times per day, but the official government sources themselves sometimes have a lag of several hours or longer.

The charts display cumulative activity over time. This means that each point is the sum of the number of actions taken, bills published, etc taken on or before that day. We measure time from the beginning of the 117th Congress (for legislation) and from President Biden's inauguration (for regulations).

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