Six Former EPA Chiefs Back Calls To ‘Reset’ Agency For Future Priorities

August 12, 2020
A bipartisan group of six former EPA administrators is endorsing a series of recommendations from former agency staff and political officials to “reset” the agency so that it can tackle looming major environmental issues such as climate change with a forward-looking plan that includes removing politics from its scientific and economic analyses. “Not everyone will agree with every recommendation, for there is no single roadmap for the way forward,” the former administrators write in a letter accompanying a new report...

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