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World-Renowned Researcher on Pollution and Climate Change Reacts to the New EPA Chief
Syracuse University Professor Charles Driscoll, a faculty member in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, offered his reaction to Scott Pruit being named as the new EPA administrator.
“I am concerned that he does not seem to be a supporter of the agency that he is supposed to be running,” said Dr. Driscoll.
A member of the National Academy of Engineers, Professor Driscoll is a world-renowned researcher in the area of air pollution, acid rain, climate change and air quality. Professor Driscoll is available to speak to media. All inquiries can be made to Matthew Wheeler 315.443.4777 or email@example.com or Ellen James Mbuqe at 315.443.1897 or firstname.lastname@example.org