May 2015

In this issue of EM, you will find a grouping of stakeholder viewpoints concerning the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed tightening of the 2008 National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for ozone.

Inside This Month's Issue


Update on EPA’s Proposed Ozone NAAQS
by John Kinsman and John Bachmann

EPA’s Review of the Current National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Ozone
by Karen Wesson and Erika Sasser

Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee Advice on the Ozone Standards
by H. Christopher Frey

Ozone NAAQS: The Urgent Need for Action
by Deborah Shprentz

Ground-Level Ozone: A Path Forward for the Eastern United States
by George (Tad) Aburn, Jr., Jennifer C. Hains, Duane King, Michael Woodman, Russell R. Dickerson, Ross Salawitch, Timothy Canty, Xinrong Ren, and Anne M. Thompson

Lowering the Ozone Standard Will Not Measurably Improve Public Health
by Bryan W. Shaw, Sabine S. Lange, and Michael E. Honeycutt

Do We Really Need to Tighten the Ozone Standards Now?
by Howard J. Feldman

Before the Dust Can Settle, New Ozone Standards
by Lucinda Minton Langworthy and Aaron M. Flynn

Also In This Issue

Message from the President: Making a Case for Face-to-Face Conferencing
by Dallas Baker

2015 A&WMA Annual Conference Preview: Professional Development Courses

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