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Daniel M. Byrd III, Ph.D., D.A.B.T. ctraps at RADIX.NET
Wed Jan 21 05:25:53 EST 1998


FYI:


PLEASE CONSIDER FORWARDING THIS MESSAGE TO COLLEAGUES
WHO MAY BE INTERESTED IN THE ENTERPRISE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT

TO: Interested Parties
FROM: Karl Hausker, Project Director
RE: Final Report of the Enterprise for the Environment
DATE: January 15, 1998
__________________________________________________________

On January 15, 1998, the Enterprise for the Environment (E4E) released
its final report entitled The Environmental Protection System in
Transition: Toward a More Desirable Future.  This report is the
culmination of a two-year consensus-building project aimed at building a
broad, durable, bipartisan agreement on improving the nation's
environmental protection system.  E4E developed policy recommendations
in three areas: 1) transforming EPA's regulatory system; 2) increasing
the use of economic and other incentives to encourage continuous
environmental improvement; and 3) promoting higher levels of
responsibility, accountability, commitment, and stewardship in the
private sector.  The project is now conducting an outreach effort to
interested parties.  The project is chaired by William D. Ruckelshaus,
former EPA Administrator.  Over 80 participants endorsed the final
report, including a bi-partisan group of Congressmen, governors, mayors,
and state regulators; leaders from the environmental and business
communities; and three additional former EPA administrators (Doug
Costle, William Reilly, and Lee Thomas).  Copies of the E4E report can
be ordered by contacting: 

CSIS Books
1800 K St. NW
Washington DC 20006
(202)775-3119 [ph]
(202) 775-3199 [fax]
internet:books at csis.org

The E4E report is also posted on the project website
(www.csis.org/e4e).  The website displays additional information on the
project and analytic (not consensus) documents produced over the course
of the project.
If you have any questions, please contact me or my assistant, James
O'Brien at: 

Enterprise for the Environment
Center for Strategic & International Studies
1800 K St. NW
Washington DC 20006
(202)775-3267 [ph]
(202)467-0357 [fax]
internet:kah at csis.org    
internet:job at csis.org

-- 
Daniel M. Byrd III, Ph.D., D.A.B.T.
President,
Consultants in Toxicology, Risk Assessment and Product Safety
Suite A211
1425 4th Street, SW
Washington, DC  20024
(202)371-0603 (office)
(202)484-8019 (fax)
ctraps at radix.net

-- 
Daniel M. Byrd III, Ph.D., D.A.B.T.
President,
Consultants in Toxicology, Risk Assessment and Product Safety
Suite A211
1425 4th Street, SW
Washington, DC  20024
(202)371-0603 (office)
(202)484-8019 (fax)
ctraps at radix.net





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