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Rebuilding EPA Through Its Climate Programs

June 9, 2021 / by

David Coursen /

The Hill

Dave Coursen, EPN member and former attorney, EPA Office of General Counsel, penned this op-ed describing how the proposed EPA FY2022 budget will allow the agency and its partners to carry out their mission to protect human health and the environment.

Infrastructure Funding Might Throw Environmental Protections Under the Bus

June 6, 2021 / by

Cheryl Wasserman /

The Hill

Cheryl Wasserman, EPN member and former Associate Director for Policy Analysis, EPA Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance, wrote this op-ed discussing how processes of the National Environmental Policy Act and environmental permitting would be significantly compromised under infrastructure legislation under consideration in Congress. She suggests how legislation can best be implemented to guide smart, efficient infrastructure construction that also enhances the environment, equity, economic empowerment, and climate resilience.

A Bold Budget Vision for Climate

June 1, 2021 / by

David Coursen /

The Hill

David Coursen, EPN member and former attorney, EPA Office of General Counsel, wrote this op-ed discussing the many ways the Biden administration’s proposed budget addresses the challenge of climate change, including within the EPA budget.

Biden: ‘This Sucker’s Quick!’ (And the F150 Lightning Makes My Job Easier)

May 25, 2021 / by

Margo Oge /


Margo Oge, EPN member and former Director, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, wrote this op-ed discussing the importance of comparably-priced, equally-powerful electric versions of popular cars and trucks in a new clean transportation transition.

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