A US appeals court has decided to delay the review of President Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan.
He has proposed to reduce emissions from power plants by 32% by 2030.
The Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit announced the case, which was scheduled for a discussion on the 2nd of June, will now take place on the 27th of September.
It will be heard by a full panel of judges instead of an initial review of a three-judge panel.
The court states the delay on the decision has been made on its “own motion”.