Dear Colleagues and Friends,
As grassroots climate organizing reboots towards a goal of new US climate legislation, global warming pollution control using the 40-year-old Clean Air Act has gotten underway. This Wednesday at noon eastern, Bill Snape, Senior Counsel at the Center for Biological Diversity will give us a look inside the EPA’s toolbox.
Call-In: 712-432-3100, Conference Code: 253385
How does the Clean Air Act work? What different routes can the EPA use to regulate pollution? Can EPA action cut US pollution, and if so, by how much? Join us for this important half hour discussion.
C2C continues planning for a series of campus-to-corporation conversations later this fall. Stay tuned.
Next up on The National Climate Seminar: Penn State Climate Scientist Michael Mann. Later in the term: Juliet Schor and Time Magazine reporter Bryan Walsh.
Thanks for the work you are doing.
Director, Bard Center for Environmental Policy