E2 Round-up: States urge delay on climate regs as Farm Bureau fights federal 'power grab'

Some of the waste from the natural gas drilling boom in Pennsylvania may end up in Ohio, which is why the state legislature is considering taxing the brine that companies dump in designated areas in the Buckeye state, from the Columbus Dispatch.

And the United Kingdom is on pace to meet its aggressive emissions reductions targets, but only because of the recession, the longest in the country’s history, Bloomberg reports. A member of the panel said the U.K. should continue to push for a global commitment to reduce greenhouse gases and increase its own targets, which is now a 34 percent reduction from 1990 levels by 2020.