Dominique Browning is an editor, writer and management consultant whose career in journalism spanned executive positions at magazines as diverse as Esquire, Texas Monthly, Newsweek. Most recently, she was editor in chief of House & Garden. She is currently a co-founder with the Environmental Defense Fund of a new organization, Moms Clean Air Force, an education and advocacy movement mobilizing parents to fight for clean air as a children’s health issue. Browning writes regularly at Slow Love Life, a blog based on her memoir, Slow Love. Browning writes regularly for the New York Times and other publications.
The EPA’s new standards on mercury emissions have been 21 years in the making. Will we squander the chance to reduce our exposure to this harmful toxin?