Megan Herzog

Special Assistant Attorney General

Massachusetts Attorney General's Office

Megan Herzog

Special Assistant Attorney General

Massachusetts Attorney General's Office

Megan Herzog is a Special Assistant Attorney General in the Environmental Protection Division in the Energy & Environment Bureau of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office. Since joining the bureau, she has participated in litigation and advocacy involving state and federal air, climate, energy, and natural resources laws.

Prior to joining the bureau, Megan worked as a Staff Attorney at the Boston, MA office of the Conservation Law Foundation, in CLF’s Energy and Ocean Conservation Programs. Megan was previously the Emmett/Frankel Fellow at UCLA’s Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, where she focused on climate and clean energy law and policy matters. She has published on a variety of environmental law topics, including climate change adaptation and federal regulation of greenhouse gas emissions.

Megan received a J.D. from Stanford Law School, where she was Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Stanford Journal of Law, Science & Policy. She received an M.S. in Environment and Resources from Stanford University, and a B.A., magna cum laude, from Mount Holyoke College.

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Explainer Episode 3 – EPA’s New Clean Air Act Rules

September 4, 2019

What does the Clean Air Act authorize EPA to regulate, how much discretion does EPA have in regulating emissions, which plan more closely fits the intent of the original law? These and other questions are taken up in this engaging discussion.

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