Environmental Engineering - Lisa Jackson

“I remember that feeling of real responsibility, of really having a role in the community, that made me very proud.”

Photo by Renee Rosensteel

Environmental Engineering

by Lisa Jackson

The administrator of the EPA tells how the disaster in New Orleans shaped her as a civil servant. This story was produced in collaboration with the World Science Festival.

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