Roger Martella

Partner, Environmental Practice Group

Guest

Partner at the environmental practice group at Sidley Austin LLP and formerly served as the general council for the EPA in the G.W. Bush administration.

Roger Martella on KCRW

In the wake of the Gulf oil spill, polls by environmental groups show majorities of this year’s voters favor climate-change legislation.

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