Environmental Protection Agnecy (EPA) Administrator Lisa Jackson returns to Capitol Hill to chat with the House Science, Space and Technology Committee at a hearing on the agency’s science activities.

“Specifically, the hearing will review Agency-wide policies and practices related to the development and use of science in regulatory decisions; the role of independent scientific advisory bodies such as the EPA Science Advisory Board (SAB) and Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee (CASAC); and the importance of transparency, integrity, peer review, prioritization, accountability, and sustainability in the Agency’s science activities,” a committee memo about Thursday’s hearing states.