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September Academy Session -
A Conversation with Janet McCabe EPA Deputy Administrator on September 22, 2021, at 3:00 pm EDT
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Half Century of Progress
Half of all Americans didn't experience the pollution problems the nation faced before 1970. Help tell the story of environmental improvement and remaining challenges.
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History of EPA
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Anthrax Cleanup. Administrators Reilly, Thomas and Ruckelshaus, Deputy Administrator Hank Habicht. The creation of EPA. Early implementation of the Safe Drinking Water Act & More.
EPA of the Future
Now that EPA has reached the age of 50 years old, what should EPA look like at age 75?
See videos and materials from the work the Association has been doing on this important topic.
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December 2, 2021
The National Press Club
Looking Back, Moving Forward:
A Conversation About Environmental Protection with Former Administrators
EPA 50th Anniversary Gala
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Jeff Peterson has written A New Coast: Strategies for responding to Devastating Storms and Rising Seas.
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