Friday, January 20, 2006


Ex-heads of EPA blast Bush on global warming

‘Six former heads of the Environmental Protection Agency — five Republicans and one Democrat — accused the Bush administration Wednesday of neglecting global warming and other environmental problems. [..]

All of the former administrators and EPA’s current chief, Stephen Johnson, raised their hands when asked by the event moderator whether they believe global warming is a real problem, and again when he asked if humans bear significant blame.

But agency heads during five Republican administrations, including the current one, criticized the Bush White House for what they described as a failure of leadership.’

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