In rebuke to Pruitt, EPA Science Board votes to review climate policy changes
from Inside Climate News
From June 6:
The Environmental Protection Agency's Science Advisory Board, in a rebuke to the Trump administration's retreat on environmental protection, voted overwhelmingly May 31 in favor of a full board review of the agency's most important actions to dismantle climate policy. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, who appointed about 15 members of the 44-member board, now must decide whether to accept its recommendation that the outside scientific experts be allowed to formally vet his decisions.
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