Areas of expertise:
Climate and air policy, power sector issues, pollution control technologies, regulatory policy, hazardous air pollutants, conventional pollutants, Congress.
Mandy Warner provides policy and technical analysis on a variety of clean air and public health issues. She engages with Congress, EPA, and a wide array of stakeholders to advocate, secure, and maintain clean air protections. She also assists in development of strategies to advance clean air and climate protections.
Master of Public Affairs, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University.
- Climate 411, August 16, 2023
- Climate 411 Blog, March 8, 2023
Make no mistake: Current “regulatory reform” efforts in Pennsylvania could threaten vital environmental protectionsClimate 411 Blog, February 16, 2023
- Climate 411 Blog, January 17, 2023
- Climate 411 Blog, December 21, 2022
- Climate 411 Blog, June 26, 2022
- Climate 411 Blog, February 18, 2022
- Climate 411 Blog, December 2, 2021
- September 29, 2023
Virginians Will Pay the Costs of Gov Youngkin’s Misguided Efforts to Exit the Regional Greenhouse Gas InitiativeJuly 31, 2023
Governor Youngkin Remains Determined to End Virginia’s Participation in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative Despite Overwhelming Public Support and Proven SuccessesJune 7, 2023
With the Support of a Majority of Pennsylvanians, State Officially Links to the Regional Greenhouse Gas InitiativeApril 22, 2022
Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Investments via the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Equals Jobs and Cleaner Air for PennsylvaniaFebruary 10, 2022
Pennsylvania General Assembly Attempts to Block State’s Participation in Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative as it Nears Finish LineOctober 27, 2021
Sen. Carolyn Comitta, Rep. Dianne Herrin Announce S.B. 15 and H.B. 1565 as Concrete Action on Climate Pollution Called for by a Majority of PennsylvaniansJune 14, 2021
Pennsylvanians Eager to Make Their Voices Heard, Embrace Virtual Public Hearings on Regional Greenhouse Gas InitiativeDecember 8, 2020