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The Biden administration’s fiscal year 2022 budget proposal focuses the Army Corps of Engineers on advancing environmental justice and tackling climate change. Best Best & Krieger LLP Partner Lowry Crook, who served as a senior leader overseeing the Army Corps under the Obama administration, told E&E News this is an important change for the agency.
"It's the biggest federal funder for protecting against floods and sea-level rise and the impacts of climate change in the federal government," Lowry said of the Army Corps in an article published June 1. "On the climate resilience side, it's a key player in the federal government."
The proposals, Lowry said, will have far-reaching effects at the Army Corps and “significant on-the-ground impacts” for disadvantaged communities.
Read the entire E&E article: Biden Plan Boosts Army Corps' Climate, Justice Missions (subscription required)

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