Environmental Protection Network (EPN)

The Environmental Protection Network (EPN) comprises volunteers with backgrounds in environmental programs at the federal state and local levels. Their bipartisan teams include scientists, engineers, economists, lawyers and many others who have worked in both Republican and Democratic administrations. They understand the importance of well-run and well-resourced programs.

In addition to deep dive budget analyses, comments on rulemakings and on U.S. EPA policies and priorities, and other generally available written materials, EPN has worked hard to become a go-to source for reporters who seek deep understanding of EPA programs, their origins and how they work in practice.

On their website, you'll find sections on EPA programs at risk, regulatory rollbacks and related news.

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