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2023 is a Fork in the Road for Bold Action to Accelerate Clean Transportation

January 30, 2023 / by

Margo Oge /

The Hill

Margo Oge wrote this op-ed discussing how the next phase of greenhouse gas standards for light- and heavy-duty vehicles could secure vehicle electrification goals set out by the Biden administration.

An Electrification Pathway to Meet Climate Goals: Part One – The Potential

January 20, 2023 / by

Art Smith /

Climate Policy Insights

Art Smith, former Senior Attorney, EPA Region 5, wrote this blog post discussing how the U.S.’s ability to meet the international climate goal of limiting global temperature rise to 1.5 °C by the year 2100 will require a renewable energy supply that can meet electrical demands.

‘Shoulder to the Wheel’: EPA Girds for 2023

January 12, 2023 / by

Kevin Bogardus /

E&E News

Dave Coursen, former Attorney, EPA Office of General Counsel, and Betsy Southerland, former Director, Office of Science and Technology, EPA Office of Water, were quoted in this article about the significant work EPA has planned for 2023 and the challenges the agency may face in the new Congress.

EPA Rule to Limit Soot Could Save Lives, Especially in Indiana’s Metro Areas

January 11, 2023 / by

Rebecca Thiele /

WFYI Indianapolis

John Bachmann, former Associate Director of Science/Policy and New Programs, EPA Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, was quoted in this article discussing the benefits of more stringent air quality standards for particulate matter.

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