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White House CEQ Chief of Staff resignation continues federal climate prog exodus

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  • Pat Neuman
    White House CEQ Chief of Staff resignation continues federal climate program leadership exodus Posted on Wednesday, March 29, 2006 E&ENews PM reported
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 6, 2006
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      White House CEQ Chief of Staff resignation continues federal climate
      program leadership exodus
      Posted on Wednesday, March 29, 2006

      E&ENews PM reported ("CLIMATE: Key White House aide resigns") on March
      22 that White House Council on Environmental Quality chief of staff
      Bryan Hannegan has resigned, "ending speculation he would be President
      Bush's choice to replace outgoing NOAA Deputy Administrator James
      Mahoney." Hannegan became chief of staff following the resignation in
      June 2005 of Philip Cooney, who left CEQ for a job at ExxonMobil. His
      departure continues what appears to be an exodus, or shake-up, of high-
      level leadership in the federal climate change science and technology
      programs.

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