Mary Nichols: A lifetime in search of clean air

June 15, 2016
Mary Nichols began her fight for the environment 45 years ago when she became the first lawyer to sue under the Clean Air Act. Now she oversees California's response to climate change.
Mary Nichols began her fight for the environment 45 years ago when she became the first lawyer to sue under the Clean Air Act. Now she oversees California’s response to climate change.
UCLA

Mary Nichols, chair of the California Air Resources Board and member of the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, is interviewed in the Spring 2012 issue of UCLA Blueprint. The article details Nichols’ illustrious career as an environmental activist—including her instrumental role in improving L.A.’s air quality—and addresses Nichols’ vision for California’s environmentally-sustainable future.

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