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My Turn: Curt Spalding: Algae Blooms Pollute Our Waters

August 30, 2019 / by

Curt Spalding /

Providence Journal

EPN member Curt Spalding, former EPA Regional Administrator for Region 1, wrote an op-ed about algae blooms polluting our waters, and the need need to build a sustainable and resilient water future for all of our communities in New England and across the country.

Investors Need to Know About Climate Risks

August 29, 2019 / by

Dan Reich /

The Hill

EPN member Dan Reich, former Assistant Regional Counsel, EPA Region 9, wrote an op-ed published in The Hill about the lack of enforcement for SEC regulations that requirie the disclosure of climate-related impacts.

Erasing ‘Climate Change’ From Federal Agencies Won’t Make It Go Away

August 17, 2019 / by

Cynthia Giles /

The Hill

EPN member Cynthia Giles, former EPA Assistant Administrator, Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance, wrote this op-ed about the Trump Administration encouraging federal agencies to downplay and dismiss the risks of climate change in regulations and policies. For example, the White House Council on Environmental Quality’s (CEQ) draft guidance on how federal agencies should consider climate when they evaluate federal actions under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) makes no mention of “climate change.”

 

4 Ways The Next President Can Fight Climate Change Starting On Day One

July 24, 2019 / by

Dan Reich /

The Hill

EPN member Dan Reich, former Assistant Regional Counsel, EPA Region 9, wrote this op-ed about several ways that government agencies can take action on climate change without congressional approval, from requiring NEPA-approved projects to include measures that reduce greenhouse gases (GHGs) to requiring agribusinesses to report methane emissions from cattle during digestion.

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