Press Release

Statement on Janet McCabe Confirmation as EPA Deputy Administrator

Janet McCabe brings great knowledge, experience and wisdom for protecting healthier clean air and safe clean water for all.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the full Senate confirmed Janet McCabe to the position of Deputy Administrator at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) with a bipartisan vote of 52-42. In the role, McCabe will support Administrator Michael Regan as he implements President Biden’s bold climate agenda to protect our air, water, and climate, in addition to jumpstarting racial justice initiatives and building out clean energy jobs in the United States.

Statement by Howard A. Learner, Executive Director

“The Environmental Law & Policy Center is pleased the U.S. Senate has confirmed Janet McCabe as President Biden’s Deputy Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. McCabe worked on ELPC’s senior team after her EPA service during the Obama administration. Janet McCabe brings great knowledge, experience and wisdom for protecting healthier clean air and safe clean water for all.

“We look forward to working together with Janet McCabe in her new EPA leadership role to help accelerate climate change solutions, and protect clean air, clean water for all and keep communities safe from toxics for all Americans.”

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