Council on Environmental Quality

“Kathleen Hartnett White has no place heading up the White House environmental office."
The White House’s pick for a top environmental adviser returns to square one after an embarrassing confirmation process.
Kathleen Hartnett-White’s humiliating confirmation hearing and recent plagiarism allegations could deter some Republicans from supporting her.
For 40 years, the White House Council on Environmental Quality has carried out its mission under presidents of both parties.
Former Texas regulator Kathleen Hartnett White, unsurprisingly, is a hard-line climate science denier.
"The place of my ancestors will now be preserved for all future generations," the president of the Navajo Nation said.
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The NDAA also included a provision that opened the floodgates for natural gas vehicles (NGVs) in the U.S. -- cars that would largely be fueled by gas obtained via fracking.
The Postal Service, however, has some worries of its own. The Postal Service says in its report that it is currently reviewing
The environmental and renewable energy communities in particular are being courted as the president's environmental record has been criticized for not achieving his campaign promises of four years ago.
With Mitt Romney at or near the top of the polls in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, the Center for Public Integrity's iWatch News wanted to find out how his administration might regulate toxic air pollutants.
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William Holbrook, who served as CEQ's director of communications during two years of the Bush administration, left to go
Do President Obama and his top staff have the strength to stand up to the right-wing attack machine, and will they carry out the agenda Americans elected them to accomplish?
Are Obama's well-meaning but irresolute environmental administrators abetting the crimes of human rights violations and historicide?
When Obama promised change, he wasn't talking about plucking amateurs from outside government. He was talking about a change from incompetence and stagnation to competence and progress.
For the first time, every major third-world carbon emitter came to the table in Bali offering firm, verifiable, meaningful action to reduce their long-range carbon footprints.