EPA's Wheeler downplays urgency of climate change, says spike in emissions temporary
from Houston Chronicle
EPA Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler questioned the urgency of the climate change crisis Jan. 16, as he made his case to be confirmed as permanent head of the EPA. In a hearing before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, Democrats pressured Wheeler to take a stronger lead on climate change, an issue that President Donald Trump has long questioned the validity of.
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