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What Do Americans Think About The Direction of Energy And Climate Policy?
Are our government leaders doing enough to confront climate change, or too much? How much would Americans pay out of their own wallets to confront climate change? Where do they stand on key issues such as the use of hydraulic fracturing, construction of the Keystone and Dakota Access Pipelines, repeal of the Clean Power Plan, and withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement?
Saieh Hall, Room 146
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About Jeffrey Holmstead
Jeffrey Holmstead is a partner at Bracewell, LLP, where he heads the firm’s Environmental Strategies Group. During the George W. Bush Administration, he served as the Assistant Administrator of EPA for Air and Radiation. There, he was the architect of several of the Agency’s most important initiatives affecting energy sectors and energy use, including the Clean Air Interstate Rule, the Clean Air Diesel Rule, the Mercury Rule for power plants and the reform of the New Source Review program.