first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Annalee Grant for SNL:Some states, however, restated their commitment to complying with the Clean Power Plan, expressing disappointment in the high court’s decision. California Governor Jerry Brown had harsh words for the Supreme Court justices who voted in favor of granting the unprecedented stay.“As the world gets hotter and closer to irreversible climate change, these justices appear tone-deaf as they fiddle with procedural niceties,” Brown said in a Feb. 9 statement. “This arbitrary roadblock does incalculable damage and undermines America’s climate leadership. But make no mistake, this won’t stop California from continuing to do its part under the Clean Power Plan.”New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in a statement posted to his official Twitter account reaffirmed his state’s commitment to moving forward with “actions to protect the environment and public health.” Cuomo called the stay “a disappointing setback in the nation’s efforts to address climate change.”Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe also vowed to “stay the course” and continue working toward a compliance strategy.Full article ($): Carbon rule planning ends in some states, as others plan to stay the course California, New York and Virginia Restate Commitment to Federal Emission Ruleslast_img