Drexel Environmental Engineering Expert Available to Comment on EPA's Emissions Reduction Plan
Source Newsroom: Drexel University
Peter DeCarlo, PhD, an assistant professor in Drexel’s College of Engineering and College of Arts and Sciences, is available to address the environmental impacts of this proposal. DeCarlo is an expert in environmental engineering and chemistry who has performed air quality measurements all over the world and has visited with many Congressional offices to discuss climate change and air quality issues.
DeCarlo can address the following topics:
•Understanding carbon dioxide emissions
•Long term impact to global climate and air quality
•Historical context of environmental policy
DeCarlo holds a doctorate in atmospheric science and has published extensively in the areas of atmospheric aerosols (particulate matter), air quality and climate. He is the director of the Drexel Air Resources Research Laboratory.