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ELI panel discusses agency's priorities, state of current law

Can U.S. EPA solve 21st Century environmental issues using law created decades ago? During today's E&ETV Event Coverage of an Environmental Law Institute panel, EPA experts consider whether environmental law should be updated to handle new challenges. Participants include, Leslie Carothers, president of the Environmental Law Institute; Jonathan Cannon, professor of law at the University of Virginia; Linda Fisher, vice president for safety, health, and environment at DuPont; Ann Klee, vice president of corporate and environmental programs at General Electric Company; and Bob Perciasepe deputy administrator at U.S. EPA.