Joel Schwartz is a Senior Fellow in the Environment Program at Reason Foundation. Before joining Reason, Joel was the Executive Ofï¬cer of the California Inspection and Main-tenance Review Committee, the state agency charged with evaluating California's Smog Check program and advising the legislature and governor on Smog Check policy. Joel previously worked as a Senior Policy Analyst with the Legislative Analyst's Ofï¬ce in Sacramento, con-sulted for the RAND Corporation and the South Coast Air Quality Management District, and served as the ï¬rst Staff Scientist at the Coalition for Clean Air, in Los Angeles. Joel earned a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from Cornell Uni-versity and a Master of Science in Planetary Science from the California Institute of Technology. He lives in Sacra-mento, California.
The Union of Concerned Scientists' unscientific claims about air pollution and health
Faulty smart growth survey is misleading
Smog Hits Record Low in 2004
Lowest ozone smog levels since measurements began
False Claim That Global Warming Will Increase Smog Levels
Deceptive studies harm science's credibility
More Highways, Less Pollution
New report ignores positive trends
Air pollution has been solved as a long-term problem
EPA’s Make Work Project
Unleashing a new layer of Clean Air bureaucracy
State of the Scare, Once Again
American Lung Association report distorts
More Highways, More Pollution?
Air pollution decreases even as we drive more