January 13, 2015

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Obama Environmental Adviser to Resign

The Hill

One of President Obama’s top environmental advisers will resign in March, the White House said.

Mike Boots, acting chairman of the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) since last February, has been responsible for coordinating many of the Obama administration’s top environmental and climate change policy priorities.

Boots’s departure, first reported by National Journal, will come the month after John Podesta  leaves the administration. Podesta, Obama’s top adviser on the environment and many other issues, has been planning his departure for a while.

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