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17 EPA J. 1 (1991)

handle is hein.journals/epajrnl17 and id is 1 raw text is: VOLUME 17          NUMBER 1          21K-1004          JANUARY/FEBRUARY 1991

Contents
2 The New Clean Air Act: An
Environmental Milestone-EPA's
Administrator, William K. Reilly,
explains the significance of the
new act not only as a tool for
clean air but also as an
environmental precedent.
5 Questions and Answers: An
Interview with William G.
Rosenberg-EPA's Assistant
Administrator for Air and
Radiation answers questions the
public might ask about the new
act-its benefits, costs, history,
and the Agency's implementation
strategy.
What You Need to Know About
the New Clean Air Act-This special
section contains pairs of articles
profiling the major provisions of
the act and the problems they
address:
12 Motor Vehicles and Fuels
-Michael P. Welsh
-Richard D. Wilson
18 Acid Rain
-Ned Helme and Chris Neme
-Eileen Claussen
24 Urban Air Quality
-John A. Paul
-John Seitz
30 Air Toxics
-David Durenberger
-Lydia Wegman
34 Stratospheric Ozone
-John H. Chafee
-Stephen R. Seidel
38 Operating Permits
-Alan W. Eckert
-John Queres

LookingAll        v&raI articles assess the effects of the new
Clean Air Act as it is implemented over the next 10 to 15 years:
45 The Economic Impact-An EPA specialist calculates the
overall costs as the drive for clean air is carried out.
By Keith Mason
48 At the Gasoline Pump-An official at a major oil company
explains the changes that are afoot in the world of motor
vehicle fuels because of the clean air effort.
By Kenneth R. Dickerson
51 Opportunities in the Cleanup-Entrepreneurs will find an
array of chances to make a profit as the nation reaches for
clean air.                            By Kenneth C. Leung
Viewpoints--Several persons who were deeply involved in the
passage of the new act relate their opinions and experiences:
53 Recollections of a Key Player-The U.S. Senate's Majority
Leader, George J. Mitchell, recalls memorable times in the
years-long effort to pass a new clean air law with an acid rain
control program.
54 Pizza at Midnight-Rob Brenner and John Beale of the E PA
Air Policy Office recall dramatic moments when the Agency's
expertise helped move the clean air legislation along.
56 An Environmentalist's Perspective--Richard E. Ayres of the
Natural Resources Defense Council expresses his thoughts on
what it will take for our society to achieve clean air.
59 A Skeptical Observer-Frank Blake, former EPA General
Counsel, describes his doubts about the new Clean Air Act's
chances for success.

61 EPA NEWSLTNE
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