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Tackling the Great Climate Unmentionable

April 22, 2022 / by

Michael H. Levin and Alan P. Loeb /

Bloomberg Tax

Michael Levin, former Director of Regulatory Reform, EPA Office of Policy, Planning, and Evaluation, co-authored this op-ed discussing the possibility of including legacy greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from energy producers as part of an emissions trading program to incentivize reducing future GHG emissions.

How Biden’s Ethanol Order Is Sparking Worries About Pollution

April 19, 2022 / by

Zack Budryk /

The Hill

Margo Oge, former Director, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, was quoted in this article discussing the impact President Biden’s waiver allowing the use of E15 ethanol fuel during the summer would have on ozone levels.

Highly Anticipated EPA Draft Says Formaldehyde Causes Cancer

April 14, 2022 / by

Sharon Usadin and Rachel Frazin /

The Hill

Linda Birnbaum, former EPA scientist and former Director, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, and Bob Sussman, former EPA Deputy Administrator, were quoted in this article discussing EPA’s draft Integrated Risk Information System assessment linking formaldehyde inhalation to multiple forms of cancer.

California Grapples With Regulation of Known Carcinogen Ethylene Oxide

March 29, 2022 / by

Dan Ross /

Capital & Main

Tracey Woodruff, Director of the Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment at the University of California, San Francisco, and former EPA senior scientist, was quoted in this article discussing the impact toxic emissions from pollution sources have on surrounding neighborhoods.

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