In my time at the Environmental Protection Agency, I’ve always been interested in how the agency responds and adapts to emerging environmental issues and challenges like climate change, as well as new opportunities that arise, such as green technologies and green infrastructure that help the country address problems in a more practical and sustainable way. I am also seeing changes in how we go about our daily work, toward a more collaborative approach—reaching out to federal, state, and local agencies, tribes, agricultural and manufacturing sectors, small businesses, industry, and other stakeholders—to develop innovative solutions and take advantage of advances in technology and greater access to environmental data.
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