The Power of Persistence: Carol Browner Wins Conservation Award for a Lifetime of Environmental Work

Last Wednesday, the National Audubon Society awarded former EPA Administrator Carol Browner the organization’s Annual Keesee Conservation Award, recognizing her commitment to protecting the environment.

Browner, who was also director of the White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy, has one of the strongest environmental records — working to strengthen the Clean Air Act, pass the Safe Drinking Water and Food Quality Protection Acts, and secure the largest U.S. investment ever in clean energy.

Here’s a video tribute that Audubon put together featuring interviews with Al Gore and Madeleine Albright:

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