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For current and former employees of the US Environmental Protection Agency. Posts reflect the opinions of the author and do not reflect the official views of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or the federal government.

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Comment by Henry Brown on October 16, 2012 at 3:38pm

have posted a discussion which could be of some interest to some

Title: John Hoffman Dies

For those who didn't know of Mr. Hoffman, he was the founder of the Energy Star program at EPA

Comment by Carla R. Chaisson on October 11, 2011 at 12:34pm
What is the best way for someone who does not hold an environmental science/policy degree to get into EPA? I am contemplating going to Law School to get more admin/rules training and to work on enforcement issues. I have prior experience working with State level issues but my degrees are in sociology and city and regional planning. I can't even get USA JOBS to look at me seriously.
Comment by Catherine Upton on December 3, 2010 at 1:11pm
How is Learning & Development transforming the federal government?
Government Elearning! Magazine is hosting a survey with partner Bersin & Associates (Authors of the Corporate Learning Factbook.) We would welcome your input on this study on L&D today. We will share results with you and present at the Summit in DC on 3/22/11. Take a moment to share your views at: https://www.evansresearchonline.com/s.php?s=FACTGE&d=2
Comment by Avi Dey on November 8, 2010 at 11:36am
Twin Project USA C2C (DC-MD-VA)
Ready to share the following brief in reference to your non-profit's interest in "conservation with sustainable economics" Private Public Partnership opprtunites for CB geography.

These two 1 minute powerpoint presentation is available via email request, via Google Docs. This can be viewed as your own leisure and convenience.

Topic 1.0 Green Living Arts & Science Circle (Now a facebook group also)

1.1 ABC-ICP Clean Water & Green Living Prototype 01.doc
1.2 7 Things For Global Warming 01.doc ( A Blueprint For Action)

Topic 2: Twin Project USA C2C (USA-India)

2.1 5 Things to know on India, the World’s largest Democracy

Comment by Avi Dey on October 27, 2010 at 12:07pm
"Link with New Technology Network for Nov 9 Happy Hour at Falls Church for future joint events perhaps at Soundry Vienna ?

New Tech Happy Hour - Nov 9, 2010
Tue 5:30 PM Location
Westin Hotel
7801 Leesburg Pike
Falls Church, VA 22043
(703) 893-1340


How to find us
"Walking Around the Bar"

Hello Organizing Committee,

Come to this or send someone to discuss joint event at Soundry Vienna as discussed for December/January time frame ?

I plan to attend this.

Avi Dey, Coordinator, waldenthree.net
Comment by Deb Forman on May 17, 2010 at 4:11pm
Check out EPA's newest Greenversation, Mid-Atlantic Healthy Waters blog. http://bit.ly/dlaXjl
Comment by Stephen Buckley on May 17, 2010 at 4:04pm
Unclear about implementing "Open Government" at EPA, but reluctant to raise questions with higher-ups?

You can do it anonymously during my OpenGovRadio interview with Lisa Schlossser tomorrow (2pm ET). See instructions at http://bit.ly/bgpb5a
Comment by Stephen Buckley on May 14, 2010 at 5:28pm
OpenGov at EPA: I will be talking with Lisa Schlosser, Director of EPA's Office of Information Collection, on OpenGovRadio this coming Tues. at 2:00 pm ET.

Have questions or comments on the EPA OpenGov Plan? Listen on your PC and call-in. http://bit.ly/cRhZ5f
Comment by Marco Morales on April 30, 2010 at 2:15pm
A new book titled, "Slow Death by Rubber Duck," raises some interesting questions especially from throughout our general public about the hidden dangers of everyday consumables such as plastic containers, deodorants, shampoos (and other off-the-shelf products - too many to name here...), common-use furniture, and food. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has ever wondered why so many people exposed to toxins are acquiring illnesses including forms of cancer.

Has anyone read this book and do we have any EPA folks who may also want to add their thoughts on this topic?
Comment by Perry Luksin on March 30, 2010 at 2:44pm
For anyone who's interested in attending GovEnergy in Dallas (August 15-18), track and session descriptions have been posted to the website. Lots of topics: Greenhouse Gases http://www.govenergy.com/track_ghg.html, Water http://www.govenergy.com/track_water.html, and Renewables http://www.govenergy.com/track_renewables.html -- just to name a few!
 

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