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April 22nd is Earth Day: Get local with stories that matter in your community U.S. EPA experts available for interviews this week


In 1970, the first Earth Day paved the way for the creation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the passage of the Clean Air, Clean Water and Endangered Species acts.

In celebration of Earth Day EPA’s experts in the Pacific Southwest are available for interviews all week, to discuss important local environmental issues in your community.

If you’re a member of the media interested in scheduling an interview with an EPA expert, email or call one of the media liaisons listed below.

Northern California: Wendy Chavez, (415) 947-4282,
Central California: Mary Simms (415) 947-4270,
Southern California: Francisco Arcaute (213) 244-1815,
Arizona/Nevada: Margot Perez-Sullivan (415) 947-4149
Hawaii/Pacific Islands: Dean Higuchi (808) 541-2711

Please include your name, media affiliation, contact information and deadline in your request.

If you are a member of the public interested in learning more about any local environmental issues please visit our web site at or contact us at (866) EPA-WEST (372-9378).


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