Esty Sees COVID-19 Reponses Guiding States On Environmental Crises

September 22, 2020
Dan Esty, a former EPA official and head of Connecticut’s environment department, says the COVID-19 and state environmental departments’ response to the pandemic can be a guide for how states and others might address future crises including climate change through clear communication and not ignoring threats “you can’t see.” In a Sept. 22 keynote address to the Environmental Council of the States’ (ECOS) online fall meeting, Esty said, “Some of the threats that are more serious are ones that you...

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