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Grassroots Protest Targets Lack of EPA Action to Prevent Cancer Clusters

September 15, 2022 / by

Sam Hess /

Inside EPA

Betsy Southerland, former Director, Office of Science and Technology, EPA Office of Water, was quoted in this article regarding a planned protest march to EPA headquarters about the agency’s failure to protect communities from chemical pollution and the need for congressional action to give EPA the ability to address the protesters’ concerns.

Novant Aims for ‘Net-Zero’ Emissions by 2050

September 13, 2022 / by

John Deem /

Winston-Salem Journal

Stan Meiburg, former EPA Acting Deputy Administrator and former Regional Administrator, EPA Regions 4 and 6, was quoted in this article regarding the need for the healthcare industry to be prepared for the health impacts of catastrophic climate events.

Inflation Reduction Act Doesn’t Meet Biden’s Climate Goals: How to Close the Gaps on Transportation

August 31, 2022 / by

Margo Oge /

The Hill

Margo Oge, former Director, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, wrote this op-ed describing how the Inflation Reduction Act clearly gives EPA authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions and what EPA can do in the heavy-duty vehicle sector to further reduce those emissions.

Baby, You Can Drive My Electric Car

August 31, 2022 / by

Mina Kim /

KQED Forum

Margo Oge, Chair of the International Council on Clean Transportation and former Director, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, was interviewed on this news report discussing how California’s plan to ban the sale of new gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035 could lessen the worst consequences of climate change. Margo was also interviewed on PBS NewsHour.

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