Thursday, December 1, 2022

State Environmental Officials Meet with CalChamber Committee

Gina Solomon (right), deputy secretary for science and health at the California Environmental Protection Agency, talks about the Proposition 65 warning regulations and the Safer Consumer Products Regulation with the CalChamber Environmental Regulation Committee, chaired by Cindy Starrett (left) of Latham & Watkins, LLP. Photos by Russell Lahodny
Gina Solomon (right), deputy secretary for science and health at the California Environmental Protection Agency, talks about the Proposition 65 warning regulations and the Safer Consumer Products Regulation with the CalChamber Environmental Regulation Committee, chaired by Cindy Starrett (left) of Latham & Watkins, LLP. Photo by Russell Lahodny
Richard Corey, executive officer of the California Air Resources Board, discusses climate change and air toxics policies with the CalChamber Environmental Regulation Committee on May 27. Photo by Russell Lahodny
Richard Corey, executive officer of the California Air Resources Board, discusses climate change and air toxics policies with the CalChamber Environmental Regulation Committee on May 27. Photo by Russell Lahodny
Jason Marshall, chief deputy director of the California Department of Conservation, speaks about hydraulic fracturing regulations and Surface Mining and Reclamation Act legislation. Photo by Russell Lahodny
Jason Marshall, chief deputy director of the California Department of Conservation, speaks about hydraulic fracturing regulations and Surface Mining and Reclamation Act legislation. Photo by Russell Lahodny
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