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The Debate: The New Toxic Substances Control Act is Now Five Years Old: A Report Card

May 1, 2021 / by

Penny Fenner-Crisp and Bob Sussman /

The Environmental Forum

EPN members Penny Fenner-Crisp, former Senior Science Advisor to the Director, EPA Office of Pesticide Programs, and Bob Sussman, former EPA Deputy Administrator and Senior Policy Counsel to the EPA Administrator, each wrote op-eds in this special section focusing on five years of the “new” Toxic Substances Control Act.

Biden’s First 100 Days of Climate Action Make Up For Lost Time Under Trump

April 28, 2021 / by

Jeremy Symons /

The Hill

Jeremy Symons, EPN member and consultant and former Climate Policy Advisor, EPA Office of Air and Radiation, penned this op-ed discussing how far President Biden has gone on climate action during the first 100 days of his presidency.

American Federalism and the Environment

April 26, 2021 / by

Stan Meiburg /


Stan Meiburg, EPN Board Member and former Acting EPA Deputy Administrator and EPA Deputy Regional Administrator in Region 4 and Region 6, wrote this essay describing how the cooperative interactions between federal and state governments has been a central component of environmental policy in the U.S.

Clean Fuel Standard Can Aid Climate, Health and Jobs

April 22, 2021 / by

Dennis McLerran /

The Herald

Dennis McLerran, EPN member and former Regional Administrator, EPA Region 10, wrote this commentary about the Clean Fuel Standard Bill that recently passed in the Washington State Legislature.

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