Backers See McCabe Playing Key Role On Climate Rules, Rebuilding EPA

January 15, 2021
President-elect Joe Biden’s pick of former EPA air chief Janet McCabe to serve as deputy administrator is garnering broad praise from former agency staff and other observers, with the one-time Obama official seen as an experienced hand who could aid the new administration’s focus on climate and broader efforts to strengthen the agency. “Substantively this is just who we need,” Ruth Greenspan Bell, a former EPA staffer and cofounder of the EPA alumni group Environmental Protection Network, told Inside EPA...

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