CEI Today: NYC salt warning, drone news, a stronger carbon sink, and more

Tuesday, September 15, 2015
In the News Today



New York City's Salt Warning: Useless and Potentially Harmful


It will not reduce peoples’ overall sodium consumption and may end up putting them at greater risk for disease. > Read more

> Interview Michelle Minton


Drone Policy Update: California Bill Vetoed, New Model Aircraft Guidance


On September 9, California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed Senate Bill 142 that would have imposed trespass liability on unmanned aircraft system operators who fly less than 350 feet above another’s private property. > Read more

> Interview Marc Scribner




Southern Ocean Carbon Sink Stronger than Previously Thought
Two new studies find that the Southern Ocean carbon sink has become stronger rather than weaker, contrary to what some scientists previously thought.
In climate parlance, a “carbon sink” is anything that absorbs more carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere than it releases, while a “source” is anything that emits more CO2 than it absorbs. > Read more 


CEI's Battered Business Bureau:
The Week in Regulation

It was a short work week due to the Labor Day holiday, but agencies still found the time to finalize new regulations covering everything from unfinished wood to fleeing felons.


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