Gina McCarthy, the Environmental Protection Agency’s top boss, visited the Chumash reservation on 3/26 to check out the tribe’s eco-friendly programs. She heard from Chumash leaders about the tribe’s solar energy projects, electric-vehicle charging stations, and drought-friendly landscaping. That evening, McCarthy headlined an economics-meets-environment conference hosted by the Wall Street Journal at the Bacara Resort.


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