Environment

Chairman Harley Rouda
Welcome to the Subcommittee on Environment 

Chairman Harley Rouda (CA)

Subcommittee on Environment, which shall have oversight jurisdiction over: global climate change; environmental protection, public lands, endangered species, air and water quality; oceans; public health; conservation; international agreements; energy policy, research and development; and oversight and legislative jurisdiction over regulatory affairs and federal paperwork reduction.

Chair

Harley Rouda

Harley Rouda

California (48)

Democratic Members

Rashida Tlaib

Rashida Tlaib

Michigan (13)
Raja Krishnamoorthi

Raja Krishnamoorthi

Illinois (08)
Jackie Speier

Jackie Speier

California (14)
Jimmy Gomez

Jimmy Gomez

California (34)
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

New York (14)

Ranking Member

James Comer

James Comer

Kentucky (01)

Republican Members

Paul Gosar

Paul Gosar

Arizona (04)
Bob Gibbs

Bob Gibbs

Ohio (07)
Kelly Armstrong

Kelly Armstrong

North Dakota (00)
Fred Keller

Fred Keller

Pennsylvania (12)

Recent Activity

Mar 3, 2020 Press Release

Washington, D.C. (Mar. 3, 2020)—Today, Rep. Harley Rouda, the Chairman of the Subcommittee on Environment, and Rep.

Feb 10, 2020 Press Release

Washington, D.C. (Feb. 10, 2020)— This week, Rep. Carolyn B.

Jan 10, 2020 Press Release

Washington, D.C. (Jan. 10, 2020)—Today, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 535, the PFAS Action Act, to clean up communities affected by PFAS contamination and protect Americans from these harmful chemicals.  

Nov 21, 2019 Press Release

Washington, D.C. (Nov. 21, 2019)—Today, Rep. Harley Rouda, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Environment, and Rep.

Nov 18, 2019 Press Release

Washington, D.C. – Last week, the Senate unanimously passed H.R. 3889, the ONDCP Technical Corrections Act of 2019. The bill, led by Reps. Harley Rouda (D-CA) and Mark Meadows (R-NC), would make needed changes to existing legislative language to improve the federal government’s response to the addiction crisis. The bill now sits on the President’s desk for his signature.

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