But we also know this wasn’t thrown out simply because it would be better if codified into law. The court deemed the law didn’t provide a mandate for applying regulations that were being applied including not providing for the idea of a trading system (at least I believe that was one of the beefs). I’m not a lawyer - won’t pretend to be one. I never felt comfortable with the clean air act being used to regulate CO2. We’ve been around on that. Classifying it as a pollutant didn’t seem to properly capture its nature in our atmosphere. But that’s more of a policy perspective than a legal perspective. I can’t really say if the court was justified to say it was a misapplication of the Clean Air Act. But conceptually I agree with it and I think a better - and necessary - outcome would be climate legislation.