Gina McCarthy

The 44-year-old former North Carolina regulator is the first Black man to run the agency in its 50-year history.
The role is seen as a domestic counterpart to John Kerry's job on the international front in the next administration.
“It’s an all-out attack on environmental protection,” Gina McCarthy said.
Meanwhile, reporters speculated about the scorpion cookies in the room.
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This letter is pretty scathing, for scientists at least.
Former New Jersey governor Christine Todd Whitman (R), who headed the EPA under President George W. Bush, has written to President Obama's EPA head to argue that the EPA's proposed regulation to reduce the risks of explosions at U.S. chemical plants is too weak.
Out of that breakfast gathering on a sunny San Francisco morning, which started with me worrying about the logistics of it
A new report describes the public health risks of climate change in sobering detail.
Why do people think that non-regulation of pollution is okay until it impacts them? A number of the article comments responded
Why are we wasting time apportioning blame before the problem is fixed and the poor children and families of Flint have fresh, clean water to drink and cook with and bathe in?
"He needs to go to jail, but only after he cleans this mess up and Flint is fixed."
When we watch TV commercials, we're conditioned to be skeptical about the claims made by advertisers. Well, that's the same skepticism you should bring to industry claims about the cost of clean air rules.
In a surprise procedural decision yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court put the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan on pause while a lower court reviews it. The Court did not weigh in on the merits of the Environmental Protection Agency's plan, and didn't explain its reasoning.