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13 Dez 2016

Autor:
Matthew Rozsa, Salon.com (USA)

Leading climate change advocacy groups express “enormous concerns” about Rex Tillerson

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On Monday afternoon, as the announcement of Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson‘s nomination as secretary of State loomed, representatives of leading climate change advocacy groups held a telebriefing called #ExxonKnew... Kathy Mulvey, the climate accountability campaign manager at the Union of Concerned Scientists, [said] “Coupled with the nomination of Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt for EPA administration, there’s a real concern that President-elect Trump is creating a government of, by, and for the oil and gas industry”... [Annie Leonard, the executive director of Greenpeace, said] “In nominating Rex Tillerson as potential secretary of State, Trump may have found the only person in the country with more conflicts of interest than himself”... Bill McKibben,...co-founder of 350.0rg, [said] “...the environmental community is going to be joining with people in the human rights community and others in heavily mobilized opposition to this nomination...” 

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