Former EPA Administrator Bill Reilly on the Post-Covid Renewal of American Cities

This week, Andrew and Scott talk to William Reilly, former President of the World Wildlife Fund and Environmental Protection Agency Administrator during the George H.W. Bush administration. Bill contemplates how the Covid-19-induced increase in remote work will reshape American cities facing lower demand for office space, transit, and in-person conferencing. Bill also expresses optimism about making progress toward climate goals as we quickly adapt to new technologies.

Listen to this podcast episode on CSIS website.

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