Addressing a September 16 Environmental and Energy Study Institute panel, Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) announced he is currently drafting legislation with Senators Al Franken (D-MN) and Bob Menendez (D-NJ) to address short-lived climate pollutants. At the same event, U.N. Environment Program Executive Director Achim Steiner said that the world notices the problem when the U.S. is proactive on an issue. He said short-lived climate pollutants are low-hanging fruit on which the international community can act.