Gary S. Guzy

Gary S. Guzy

Gary Guzy brings three decades of experience in environmental law, regulation, and public policy through his leadership in government, business, and academia. He is skilled at creating strategic partnerships and is known for bringing together diverse groups and resolving challenging public policy controversies through his close work with industry and environmental community leaders.  Mr. Guzy recently served as Deputy Director and General Counsel of the White House Council on Environmental Quality.  Prior to that he was General Counsel of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Counselor to the EPA Administrator during the Clinton Administration.  Mr. Guzy has also served as the chief legal officer, sustainability officer, and climate strategist for a variety of business organizations.

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High Wire Balancing Act in Paris Climate Talks

The president and his climate negotiating team seem most like the high-wire artist Philippe Petit, who improbably strung a wire between the towers of the World Trade Center and mustered reserves of guts and grace— leavened by intense focus, preparation, and a mild amount of lunacy— to walk between the twin towers. In order for … Continue Reading

A Renewed Focus on Climate Change This Week in New York

Regardless of your perspective on the subject, expect significantly increasing media and public attention around climate change and greenhouse gas emissions this week. The Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, is convening a Climate Summit on Tuesday in conjunction with the meeting of the UN General Assembly in New York.  More than 120 world … Continue Reading

Tax Fairness for Renewable Energy

Congress has a great opportunity to amend the tax code in a way which will benefit the environment, promote American jobs, and foster diversity in our energy sources. It can achieve these results by enacting the Master Limited Partnerships Parity Act. Since the early 1980’s, oil and gas producers have been permitted to use Master … Continue Reading
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