EPA Seeks CHPAC's Help With Crafting Health Risk Communication Policy

May 9, 2019
EPA is asking its Children's Health Protection Advisory Committee (CHPAC) to help with crafting a policy to ensure the agency communicates consistently about environmental and public health risks, prompting mixed reactions from committee members who say the Trump administration is still failing to take full advantage of the panel's expertise. The agency wants “to learn from you to get this right,” Corry Schiermeyer, associate administrator for the Office of Public Affairs (OPA), told CHPAC May 9, referencing draft charge questions...

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