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Markets Can’t Reward Hypocrisy In Battle Over Vehicle Emissions Standards

November 6, 2019 / by

Margo Oge /

The Hill

EPN member Margo Oge, former Director, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, wrote this op-ed about fuel efficiency standards and several major auto companies that recently decided to side with the Trump Administration in its conflict with California over tailpipe emission regulations.

An Insider’s Look At The Shameful History Of EPA’s Climate Inaction – And Why We Must Turn It Around

October 16, 2019 / by

Dan Reich /


Dan Reich, EPN member and former Assistant Regional Counsel, EPA Region 9, wrote this op-ed about the history of inaction at EPA over climate change and air pollution, beginning with the Kyoto Protocol and tracing opposition to environmental regulation through multiple administrations.

No ‘Deep State’ – Just Deeply Committed Public Servants

October 14, 2019 / by

Dale Evarts and Jeff Clark /

The News & Observer

EPN members Dale Evarts, former Director, EPA Climate and International Group, and Jeff Clark, former Office of Air Quality and Planning Standards, EPA Office of Air and Radiation, wrote this op-ed defending government whistleblowers as deeply committed public servants instead of coordinated agents campaigning to undermine the Trump Administration’s agenda.

EPA’s War On California

October 9, 2019 / by

Dave Coursen /

The Hill

Dave Coursen, EPN member and former EPA Office of General Counsel, wrote this op-ed about the conflict between EPA and California over air and water quality following the state’s deal with automakers to maintain fuel efficiency standards.

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