A key priority for EPA is to base Agency actions on sound scientific data, analyses, and interpretations. The Council provides a mechanism for the Agency to receive peer review and other advice on technical and economic aspects of analyses and reports EPA prepares concerning the impacts of the Clean Air Act on the public health, economy, and environment of the United States.
|This site provides access to information about advisory activities since 2004. Council advisory reports provide information about Council science advice before 2004. Please contact the SAB Staff Office for other information.|
In Fiscal Year 2008, in response to a request from EPA’s Office of Air and Radiation, the Council will peer review a new draft "prospective" study, which will project the costs and benefits of implementing the Clean Air Act over the period 1990-2020.
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