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Bob Yuhnke

Bob Yuhnke is a writer and environmental policy analyst who currently serves as co-chair of the transportation subcommittee at the US Climate Action Network. Previously, he helped lead the fight for clean air as an assistant attorney general responsible for cleaning up steel mill pollution in Pennsylvania, creating the acid rain program as a senior attorney at Environmental Defense Fund, and contributing to the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.

Yuhnke earned a degree in American History and political science from Canisius College (’65), and completed all but the dissertation for a Ph.D. in history at the University of Virginia and Columbia University before attending Yale Law School (J.D. ’72).

Articles by this Author

A college student in the march from Selma to Montgomery recalls the struggle for democracy in Alabama in 1965.