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[greenyes] George Senior Chief Advisor Sees Global Warming Concern

The Christian Science Monitor

Bush's EPA pick comes with outsider insight
Stephen Johnson is praised by environmentalists but must serve an
administration with focused on economic growth.
By Brad Knickerbocker

Former Secretary of State James Baker, long-time adviser to President Bush
and his father the former president, last week told a gathering in Houston
that "when you have energy companies like Shell and British Petroleum ...
saying there is a problem with excess carbon-dioxide emission, I think we
ought to listen."
Into this mixed political picture, Stephen Johnson now proceeds, heading a
high-visibility agency with 18,000 employees, an $8 billion budget, and
decisions that can affect the health and safety of future generations. It
is, says Sen. James Inhofe (R) of Oklahoma, who chairs the environment
Committee, "one of the toughest jobs in the federal government."
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