Longleaf Energy Associates, LLC v. Friends of the Chattahoochee, Inc., et al., 681 S.E.2d 203 (Ga. Ct. App. 2009)

(because neither the Clean Air Act nor the Georgia Air Quality Act regulate carbon dioxide emissions, air quality permit issued to pulverized coal-fired electric power plant was not invalid for its failure to include limit on power plant's carbon dioxide gas emissions; trial court judgment which invalidated the issuance of the permit reversed; on remand, administrative judge must review permitting process).

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