Fighting Pollution and Climate Change
A new book by Richard W. Emory, Jr.
This climate-change book is an adventure story by a former top enforcement lawyer and whistleblower for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Richard Emory, who for our nation was directly responsible for all EPA federal investigations into pollution crime. In the second part of his career also within the EPA, he worked globally in foreign assistance to teach U.S. clean-water and air-pollution-control techniques to a waiting world.
To such an exciting life’s work, Emory seeks to recruit the incoming next generation of pollution fighters. In this “how to” climate-change guide book, that also covers many other elements of public-health and nature protection, he shows the way forward. As a government “insider” and “doer,” who has witnessed both EPA’s environmental scandals and many more succeses, Emory has confronted and knows too well what our nation and our planet are facing. He invites all good citizens to join in the fight for the environment to save our life on Earth.
What People Are Saying
“Emory fought the good fight to protect the environment throughout his adventurous career, and his battle-tested insights are worth studying.“
— Durwood J. Zaelke, President, Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development