Director of the White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy; she previously served as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency in the Clinton administration.

Deputy secretary of the Department of the Interior since May 2009. [See an Editors' Note on this interview.]

Chief energy correspondent for the Financial Times in London.

A reporter for ProPublica and co-reporter of The Spill, he's a former Fortune staff writer and contributor.

Former chief of the Justice Department's Environmental Crimes Section (2000-2007), he is a professor at the University of Michigan Law School and director of its Environmental Law and Policy Program.


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