PSR welcomes New EPA Administrator March 11, 2021

Photo: N.C. Department of Environmental Quality

Michael Regan, new Administrator of the U.S. EPA, will place science and justice at the heart of environmental protection. We look forward to working with him and, under his leadership, a reinvigorated EPA.

Read PSR’s statement on his confirmation:

Physicians for Social Responsibility welcomes the confirmation of Michael Regan as Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Mr. Regan is a skilled and experienced public servant whose experience as the secretary of North Carolina’s Department of Environmental Quality, and as an air quality specialist in the U.S. EPA, are perfect qualifications for this position.

We appreciate Mr. Regan as a leader who will place science at the heart of policies to protect the environment and human health and well-being; fight for environmental justice, and address the existential threats posed by climate change.

We greatly look forward to working with Administrator Regan and, under his leadership, with a reinvigorated EPA.

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