115Jun 25, 2007
Air Contamination at Ground Zero
A hearing was held on due process violations arising from the Environmental Protection Agency’s handling of air quality issues following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Among the ...
50Jan 18, 2006
Environmental Protection Agency 35th Anniversary
Mr. Hagar moderated a panel discussion, titled “35 Years: A Roundtable Discussion with All Living EPA Administrators,” at a symposium commemorating the agency’s 35th ...
16Jan 28, 2005
Book Discussion on It's My Party, Too: The GOP and the Future of America
Former Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Whitman talked about her book It’s My Party, Too: The Battle for the Heart of the GOP and the Future of America, published by ...
18Jun 23, 2003
Ms. Whitman and Mr. Gilman spoke to reporters about a report on the state of the environment. The report noted several improvements in the environment, such as improved air and water ...
8Mar 10, 2003
Ms. Whitman spoke to state and local officials about environmental issues and pollution control regulations.
30Mar 5, 2003
Three administration executives talked about environmental issues including water and air quality, land management, and national parks. They also responded to viewer comments and questions.
6Feb 3, 2003
Fiscal Year 2004 Budget Proposal
Administration officials briefed reporters on budget requests for their departments and federal spending on natural resources. Following their remarks they answered questions from reporters.
15Jan 13, 2003
Clean Water Policy
Environmental officials announced that the Bush administration would allow industrial polluters to buy “credits” from lesser polluters in order to comply with the Clean Water ...
12Dec 4, 2002
Global Climate Change
Ms. Whitman talked about the problem of global climate change and efforts by the Environmental Protection Agency to monitor and control climate change.
14Oct 29, 2002
Automobile Fuel Economy Leaders
Secretary Abraham and Administrator Whitman spoke to reporters about a survey of aut0motive fuel efficiency standards listing the best performing cars. Following their remarks they answered ...
24Oct 15, 2002
Environment and Natural Resources
Administrato Whitman spoke about the environment and the protection of natural resources. Among the topics she addressed were market incentives to improve the environment, innovation in ...
49Jun 13, 2002
Air Pollution Standards Announcement
Ms. Whitman announced new guidelines for enforcing rules governing factory emissions. The announcement came as the result of a “New Source Review,” and recommended that the ...
9Jun 12, 2002
19May 8, 2002
Energy and the Environment
Mr. Easterbrook moderated a panel of lawmakers who talked about U.S. energy policy, the role of government regulation, and enacting programs that benefit the environment. Among the issues ...
21Mar 25, 2002
Climate Change and Ozone Protection
Ms. Whitman spoke about climate change, environmentalism, and Earth Day events. She also talked about federal environmental programs and funding for programs to encourage climate change.
13Mar 6, 2002
Ms. Whitman talked about the Environmental Protection Agency’s budget requests and responded to viewer comments and questions.
19Feb 19, 2002
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Administrator Whitman talked to a group of Jewish leaders about the Bush administration’s environmental and climate change policies. Following her speech Professor Eisenberg, co-chair of ...
14Feb 4, 2002
Fiscal Year 2003 Budget
Ms. Whitman spoke to reporters about the president’s budget request for the Environmental Protection Agency. Following her remarks she answered questions from the reporters.
27Nov 28, 2001
Federal Workplace Safety
Ms. Whitman and Mr. Marburger testified about anthrax contamination and efforts to maintain the safety of federal workplaces. Senators were critical of the EPA involvement and ...
8Nov 9, 2001
Homeland Security Issues
Director Ridge talked about the anthrax investigation and airport security. Administrator Whitman talked about efforts to protect U.S. water and energy infrastructure. After they answered ...
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