BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Siân Mooney, dean of the Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, has accepted an invitation to serve as a member of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Air Act Advisory Committee.
The Clean Air Act Advisory Committee provides the EPA with independent advice, information, and recommendations on policy and technical issues associated with the development, implementation, and enforcement of the Clean Air Act. Dean Mooney is renowned for her expertise in natural resources and the environment.
“I am deeply honored to be appointed to the Clean Air Act Advisory Committee,” Mooney said. “Air quality is a critical issue that affects the health and well-being of communities across our nation. I am eager to collaborate with fellow committee members to address the challenges we face and to develop strategies that promote cleaner air and a more sustainable future.”
The Clean Air Act Advisory Committee is a vital component of the EPA’s efforts to protect and enhance air quality. Composed of esteemed experts, the committee plays a critical role in advising government agencies on air quality standards, regulations, and policies. Committee members are invited to serve as representatives of nonfederal interests.
Dean Mooney’s appointment further strengthens the committee’s ability to make informed decisions that positively impact public health and the environment. Her passion for addressing the pressing issues related to air quality aligns seamlessly with the committee's mission. Her two-year term begins immediately.