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[GreenYes] Fwd: National Caucus of Environmental Legislators

>Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2002 14:26:22 -0400 (EDT)
>To: Multiple recipients of list <>
>Dear JTR Colleagues:
>I've been told that JTR folks have been interested in how to better
>communicate information to state policy-makers, including legislators,
>about current market development programs and the benefits of recycling
>(e.g. REI data).  Apparently, in the past, EPA issued a grant to the
>National Council of State Legislatures to try to help with this kind of
>You may be interested in the National Caucus of Environmental
>Legislators (NCEL).  Their website can be found at
>  I'm not familiar with the National
>Caucus of Environmental Legislators but my supervisor, Terry Grogan,
>found out about them on the NPR web site following an electronics story
>last week and thought you might be interested.
>Their website describes the Caucus as:  "NCEL was organized in 1996 for
>the purpose of providing environmentally progressive legislators with an
>opportunity to coordinate their activities with respect to national
>legislative organizations, and to share ideas both on affirmative and
>negative environmental issues.  Participation in NCEL is by invitation
>to elected Members of state legislatures, regardless of political
>affiliation, who have demonstrated an interest in and commitment to
>environmentally progressive legislation."
>Barbara (Nichols) Zaccheo
>U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
>1200 Pennsylvania Avenue NW (5306W)
>Washington, DC 20460
>phone: 703-308-8659
>fax: 703-308-8686

Gary Liss
Fax: 916-652-0485

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