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Here comes the carbon rule. What to know

June 14, 2019 / by

Jean Chemnick /

Climatewire

EPN members John Bachmann, former Associate Director for Science/Policy and New Programs, EPA Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, and Joe Goffman, former Associate Assistant Administrator for Climate and Senior Counsel, EPA Office of Air and Radiation, are quoted in this article about the administration’s power plant carbon rule, which is expected to be finalized next week, completing the two-year process of replacing the current regulation with a more industry-friendly substitute.

 

EPA’s Controversial Vehicle GHG Rule Rollback Faces Growing Scrutiny

June 2, 2019 / by

Insider /

Inside EPA

EPN member Margo Oge, former Director of EPA’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality, is  quoted in this article on the increasing controversy over and intense scrutiny of the Trump Administration’s proposal to roll back the clean car standards as the deadline approaches.

Bipartisan Former EPA Chiefs Say Trump Administration Has Abandoned Agency’s Mission

June 11, 2019 / by

Rebecca Beitsch /

The Hill

EPN is mentioned in this article about the historic hearing held by the Oversight & Investigations Subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee on the future of EPA with a bipartisan group of former EPA Administrators. The hearing was in response to their joint letter offering lawmakers help on substantive Congressional oversight, as well as help of former EPA staff. Similar articles also ran in The Colorado Independent, Maryland Matters, and a second article in The Hill.

Science Advisory Board to Review Clean Cars Rollback

June 12, 2019 / by

Maxine Joselow /

Climatewire

EPN members Jeff Alson, former Senior Engineer and Policy Advisor, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, and Trish Koman, former Senior Environmental Scientist, Program Manager and Supervisor in EPA’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality, are quoted in this article about EPA’s Science Advisory Board planning to review the science behind the proposed overhaul of the clean car standards, zeroing in on the technical analysis underpinning the proposal. This article also ran in Scientific American.

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