Gabriel Pacyniak

Georgetown Climate Center


Program manager at the Georgetown Climate Center, a nonpartisan branch at Georgetown Law, where he is also an adjunct professor of environmental law

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After a lengthy buildup, the EPA issued final rules last Friday for President Obama's  Clean Power Plan .

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