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"On episode 68 of Sourcing Matters we welcome Governor Christine Todd Whitman, the Vice Chair of the Eisenhower Fellowships board of Trustees. Joining as co-host is Eisenhower Fellow, Jennifer Hashley – the founder of the The New Entry Sustainable Farming project, and Pete & Jen’s Backyard Birds."
By James J. Florio & Christine Todd Whitman Star Ledger December 2, 2018 It has been a rough year for New Jersey's water infrastructure. Every New Jerseyan has a stake in this issue, whether you are a parent pouring your child a glass of water, a firefighter or a manufacturer... [...]
By Isabella Bruni NECN April 19, 2018 Christine Todd Whitman was at the first Earth Day 48 years ago, long before she became governor of New Jersy and head of the Environmental Protection Agency. [...]
By Jeff D'Alessio The News-Gazette April 22, 2018 We'd wish you a happy Earth Day but as you'll see below, not everyone is in a merry mood about the future of our planet. We asked the experts: On a scale of 1 to 10 — with 1 being 'no worries' and 10 being 'utterly terrified' — how concerned are you [...]
By Greta Jochem Grist April 12, 2018 Amid a deluge of ethical scandals, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt seems to be on the ropes, teetering between his apparent propensity for corruption and his perceived effectiveness as President Donald Trump’s master de-regulator. [...]
By Charles Stile USA TODAY Network April 11, 2018 Christie Todd Whitman knows what it's like to sit behind the desk in the wood-paneled executive office on the third floor of the Environmental Protection Agency building in Washington, D.C. [...]
By Laignee Barron TIME March 1, 2018 Throughout the Trump administration’s first year in office, the Environmental Protection Agency has been quietly scrubbing mentions of climate change and tweaking related language on its website – an effort critics have decried as scientific censorship. [...]
nj.com By Times of Trenton Editorial Board February 9, 2018 You know you've entered strange times when two respected heavy-hitters with opposing political perspectives feel impelled to form a task force to monitor the actions of their president. [...]