Environmental Challenges Facing Schwarzenegger

Former Calfiornia Resources Secretary Mary Nichols opines on her legacy and the environmental challenges facing the Schwarzenegger administration.
May 4, 2004, 1pm PDT | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
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The Planning Report presents an interview with Mary Nichols, Resources Secretary under California Governor Davis and now the Director of the Institute of the Environment at UCLA, in which she assesses the environmental accomplishments of the Davis administration and the challenges ahead for the Schwarzenegger administration: "In spite of a horrendous budget situation, the new administration is showing a commitment to maintain, expand on, and even surpass our efforts in some areas. Terry Tamminen is a bold choice for Cal EPA Secretary. He’s a person who can’t be confined to any single box on issues, and certainly he is not a partisan person. He is a passionate environmentalist, but he is somebody who also is willing to try all kinds of unconventional means to get to results. And, he seems to have hit the ground running."

Thanks to Chris Steins

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Published on Saturday, April 3, 2004 in The Planning Report
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