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Dale Evarts

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Dale Evarts leads the Climate, International, and Multimedia Group in the Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards (OAQPS) at the US EPA. He joined the US EPA in 1988 after completing a Presidential Management Fellowship and has worked on a variety of programs, including the interface between air pollution and water quality, strategic planning for air quality programs, state-EPA relations, and regional program management. From 1995 through 2005, Mr. Evarts was the OAQPS International Programs Coordinator, where he led and was involved in US EPA and international efforts to address transboundary air pollution and to build capacity to improve air quality, including international treaties such as the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants and bilateral cooperation with Canada, Mexico, India, and China. He is currently the US Secretariat to the Working Group for the China-EPA Clean Air and Energy Strategy. His group is also leading efforts to address and exploit the linkages between climate change and air quality. He received Bachelor of Science and Masters of Public Affairs degrees from North Carolina State University.

Topic(s)PresentationAudienceDurationAvailability
- Air QualityUS - China cooperation on air pollution control & energy efficiencyCollege, Community45-60 minutesDay and some Evenings
- Air Quality
- Environment
"Air Pollution Knows No Boundaries: what is the international community doing to improve global air quality?"Grades 9-12, College, Community45-60 minutesDay and some Evenings
- Air Quality
- Climate Change
- Environment
Global air pollution and climate change: what do people in Asia and the US have in common and what can we do to help each other?College, Community, AP High School45 - 60 minutesDay and some Evenings
- Air Quality
- Climate Change
Killing 2 birds with one stone: win-win strategies for air quality and climate changeCollege, Community, AP High School45 - 60 minutesDay and some Evenings
- Air Quality
- Climate Change
- Health
Effective and available strategies to improve air quality and public health, and reduce the impacts of climate changeCollege, Community, AP High School45 - 60 minutesDay and some Evenings
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