Federal Coordinating Lead Author:
Jeremy Martinich, U.S Environmental Protection Agency
Chapter Lead:
Jeremy Martinich, U.S Environmental Protection Agency
Chapter Authors:
Benjamin DeAngelo, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Delavane Diaz, Electric Power Research Institute
Brenda Ekwurzel, Union of Concerned Scientists
Guido Franco, California Energy Commission
Carla Frisch, U.S. Department of Energy
James McFarland, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Brian O'Neill, University of Denver (National Center for Atmospheric Research through June 2018)
Review Editor:
Andrew Light, George Mason University
USGCRP Coordinators:
David Reidmiller, Director
Christopher W. Avery, Senior Manager

Reducing Risks Through Emissions Mitigation

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