Senate U.S. approves nomination klimaatscepticus as the head of the epa’s good
The U.s. Senate has Friday the nomination of Scott Pruitt as head of the U.s. epa’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finally approved.
Pruitt, a public prosecutor from the state of Oklahoma, as a klimaatscepticus and support to the oil and gas industry. He complained to the EPA a dozen times on behalf of Oklahoma.
That led to the supreme court at the beginning of last year decided to take the plan is to reduce the CO2-emissions of power plants to curtail, freeze.
Also expressed Pruitt previously had his doubts about the proposition that human activity such as the emission of greenhouse gases, the cause of the warming of the earth would be.
His ideas about the environment close to that of his president. Donald Trump has often argued that the global warming is nonsense and that the theory about greenhouse gases is launched to the U.s. economy, to undermine it.
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