I'm going to read it this weekend, I'll follow up on Monday.
From the EPA:
EPA assesses the economic and environmental effects of potential policies to reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, employing an array of modeling tools and data.
Below is a list of completed analyses:
The Low Carbon Economy Act of 2007 (S.1766) is designed to reduce U.S. emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs) from the production and use of energy. The request to analyze S.1766 from Senators Bingaman and Specter has two main parts: 1) analyze historic and projected global GHG concentrations, and 2) analyze the economic impacts of S.1766. To download the letter requesting the analysis from Senators Bingaman and Specter:
Cover Letter (PDF) (3 pp., 536 kb)
Part 1 of EPA's S.1766 analysis:
To download the cover letter to Senator Bingaman from EPA Principal Deputy Assistant Administrator, Robert J. Meyers: Cover Letter (PDF) (2 pp., 124 kb)
To download the cover letter to Senator Specter from EPA Principal Deputy Assistant Administrator, Robert J. Meyers: Cover Letter (PDF) (2 pp., 125 kb)
To download the Part 1 of the analysis: EPA Analysis of Bingaman-Specter Request on Global CO2 Concentrations (PDF) (10 pp., 171 kb)
Part 2 of EPA's S.1766 analysis will be posted upon completion.