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SEC: Step Up on Climate Change

July 10, 2022 / by

Daniel Reich /

The Hill

Dan Reich, former Assistant Regional Counsel, EPA Region 9, penned this op-ed discussing actions the Securities and Exchange Commission can take now to enforce climate-related regulations.

Why Carbon Markets Will Work

August 3, 2021 / by

Michael H. Levin /

Bloomberg Law

Michael Levin, EPN member and former Director of Regulatory Reform, EPA Office of Policy, Planning, and Evaluation, wrote this op-ed discussing why an emissions trading system might be a more successful climate change solution than a carbon tax.

The Resistance: In the President’s Relentless War on Climate Science, They Fought Back

December 27, 2020 / by

Marianne Lavelle /

Inside Climate News

EPN members Jeff Alson (former Senior Engineer and Policy Adviser, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality), Dan Costa (former National Program Director, EPA Air, Climate, and Energy Research Program, Office of Research and Development), Tom Sinks (former Director, EPA Office of the Science Advisor), and Chris Zarba (former Director, EPA Science Advisory Board) were quoted and EPN was mentioned in this article concerning the current administration’s combative relationship with science at EPA.

Trump EPA Finalizes Cost-Benefit Rule That Makes Most Air Pollution Regulations Too Expensive to Implement

December 10, 2020 / by

Enrique Saenz /

Indiana Environmental Reporter

Janet McCabe, EPN member and former Acting Assistant Administrator, EPA Office of Air and Radiation, was quoted in an article by the Indiana Environmental Reporter concerning EPA’s final rule that would change how the costs and benefits of clean air rules are calculated.

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