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Russell Train has been both a Republican and an environmentalist for most of his life. He talks about his career at the EPA, the World Wildlife Fund, and other political and conservationist organizations.
- Russell Train Author, "Politics, Pollution and Pandas" (Island Press). He is also a former EPA administrator and former president of the World Wildlife Fund.
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