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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.

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.

What’s At Stake For Automakers In Fight Over Emissions Standards

June 8, 2019 / by

Scott Simon /

NPR Michigan Radio

EPN member Margo Oge, former Director of EPA’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality, was interviewed about how automakers are responding to the Trump Administration’s proposal to loosen the clean car standards and what is at stake for them in this battle.

Automakers Tell Trump His Pollution Rules Could Mean ‘Untenable’ Instability and Lower Profits

June 6, 2019 / by

Coral Davenport /

The New York Times

EPN member Margo Oge, former Director, EPA Office of Radiation and Indoor Air, and former Director of EPA’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality, is quoted in this article about the world’s largest automakers warning President Trump that his rollback of the clean car standards threatens to cut their profits and produce “untenable” instability in a crucial manufacturing sector.

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