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Most Americans want a clean environment. That is no surprise. What surprises traditional environmental activists is that most people don’t support extensive federal regulation. Recent polling by the Competitive Enterprise Institute shows that support for environmental protection does not translate into support of federal regulation. Most Americans believe that state and local governments are in a better position to address most environmental concerns, from water pollution to urban sprawl.
CEI is home to the Washington, D.C.’s largest free-market environmental program – an increasingly popular alternative to the current command-and-control policies that have long dominated environmental policy. CEI environmental staff and areas of expertise include:
Jonathan Adler  – Senior Director of Environmental Policy, ext. 245
Angela Logomasini  – Director of Risk and Environmental Policy, ext. 242
James Sheehan  – Director of International Environmental Policy, ext. 246
Wayne Crews  – Director of Competition and Regulation Policy, ext. 204
Michael DeAlessi  – Director, Center for Private Conservation, 415-487-9223
Robert Nelson  – Senior Fellow
Michael Sanera  – Director, Center for Environmental Education Research, 520-722-3300
R. J. Smith  – Senior Environmental Scholar, ext. 244
Dan Simmons  – Environmental Research Assistant, ext. 269
Ben Lieberman  – Environmental Research Associate, ext. 220
Jennifer Zambone  – Environmental Research Assistant, ext. 247
These experts are available for interview at any time by calling Emily McGee, director of media relations, at 202-331-1010, ext. 209, 703-728-0138 (cell), or 703-892-2534 (home). CEI, a non-profit, non-partisan public policy group founded in 1984, is dedicated to the principles of free enterprise and limited government.