Director, Federal Toxics Policy, People & Communities Program
Daniel Rosenberg works to ensure that federal and state authorities have the ability to regulate toxic chemicals and that industries cannot block or weaken public health or environmental initiatives. Prior to his current role, Rosenberg served as environmental counsel to Senator Frank Lautenberg. Before that, he spent five years in NRDC’s Water program, where he focused primarily on the protection of wetlands. Rosenberg is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center. He is based in Washington, D.C.
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