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      Tuesday Talk: Where the Environment and Politics Intersect in Washington


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      May 19, 2020

      Tuesday   7:00 PM

      4340 Connecticut Avenue Northwest
      Washington, District of Columbia 20008

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      Tuesday Talk: Where the Environment and Politics Intersect

      Speaker Juliet Eilperin, Washington Post correspondent Juliet Eilperin has spent 15 years covering the environment at The Washington Post, a job that has taken her from the halls of Congress to a seat on Air Force One and the wilds of the Alaskan tundra. She will reflect on how policy, politics and science intersect when it comes to climate change, public lands, and a range of other issues that shape our planet. Juliet Eilperin has worked on The Washington Post’s national desk for more than two decades, covering the White House, Congress, the environment and a host of domestic and international policy matters. She now serves the Post’s senior national affairs correspondent, focusing on the environment and other domestic issues that shed light on how President Trump is transforming the federal government and many policies enacted under former President Obama. Read more about Eilperin and future Tuesday Talks here. This event is part of Tuesday Talks, a monthly speaker series featuring some of Cleveland and Woodley Park's most fascinating residents. Brought to you by the Cleveland Park Business Association, the Cleveland and Woodley Park Village, and the DC Public Library.

      Categories: Film | Politics & Activism

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