David Hindin was an enforcement attorney, supervisor and executive at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. David’s EPA career included: developing and implementing compliance programs, rules, and policies; training state and federal staff; litigating enforcement cases to reduce pollution; managing national environmental information systems; running voluntary programs; promoting public access to government information; and leading initiatives to modernize environmental programs using evidence and behavioral science knowledge and research methods. David has published papers on the potential of advanced monitoring technology to reduce pollution, how to design effective rules, the root causes of our environmental crises we prefer to ignore.
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- C09: Building Community Resilience: How Housing & Conservation Groups Can Collaborate
September 08, 2023
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM