Environmental Policy Students Visit Washington DC!

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Students in ES 333/POL 333 Environmental Policy traveled to Washington DC in November 2012 to meet first hand with three types of key players in the environmental policy making process.  The trip included a visit to the Sierra Club Policy Office to meet with NGO leaders regarding their climate change and wild land protection  campaigns.  Students then went to  Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Headquarters to meet with Deputy Administrator Bob Perciasepe on the role of federal agencies in implementing and shaping policy.  Finally, students traveled up to Capitol Hill to engage in a  discussion with Jim Brown, Chief of Staff for Senator Bob Casey Jr. (D-PA), to better understand the role of legislators in the process.  Afterwards, the class toured the Capitol building then relaxed a bit at the Dubliner before heading back to Gettysburg.

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Randall K. Wilson

Associate Professor

Department of Environmental Studies

Gettysburg College

300 N. Washington Street

Gettysburg, PA 17325

ph 717-337-6034

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