October 2014

EPA COMMENTS SUGGEST EMPHASIS ON CREATIVITY AND INTERNALIZING EXTERNALITIES IN CLIMATE STRATEGY

October 14, 2014 06:29
by Jameson Tweedie
The American Bar Association's Section of Energy, Environment and Resources held its Fall Conference last week.  Noteworthy from a climate perspective were the keynote address by Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy, along with comments by other officials within President Obama's Administration with specific responsibility on climate issues—including Samantha Medlock, Deputy Associate Director for Climate Preparedness (White House Council on Environmental Quality); Hilary Tompkins, Solicitor (Department of the Interior); Cynthia Giles, Assistant Administrator,...

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