Interview with Henry Darwin, EPA's Assistant Deputy Administrator & Chief of Operations
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is getting back to basics reenergizing its mission of protecting human health and the environment. It is about ensuring future generations inherit a cleaner, healthier environment that supports a thriving economy.
The nation has made great progress in making rivers and lakes safer for swimming and boating, reducing the smog that clouded city skies, cleaning up lands that were once used as hidden chemical dumps and providing Americans greater access to information on chemical safety. However, more needs to be done.
How is EPA getting back to basic?
What are EPA’s key priorities?
How is EPA changing the way it does business?
On this edition of The Business of Government Hour-TV, we explore these questions and so much more with Henry Darwin, Assistant Deputy Administrator, Chief of Operations at EPA.
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