Former EPA Official Judith Enck Decries Trump's Environmental Assault
On Friday, March 8, Judith Enck addressed the College and local community on "The Trump Assault on Environmental Protection and What You Can Do About It" as part of CAPA's Environment and Public Action Initiative.
Enck's CAPA talk was covered in The Bennington Banner.
Judith Enck is a senior advisor at the Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development and an environmental policy expert who served under the Obama administration as the Regional Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency overseeing environmental protection in NY, NJ, 8 Indian Nations, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands. Judith serves on the Advisory Board of Climate Action Now and The Institute for Health and the Environment at the Albany School of Public Health. She is currently working on hurricane-related issues in the United States Virgin Islands and was appointed by the Governor to the USVI Hurricane and Resiliency Advisory Group.
The president has bragged about 'rolling back regulations,' Enck said, but 'what regulations really are are protections for all of us.' The Bennington Banner