EPA chief's language on climate change contradicts the agency's website

Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, expressed doubt whether carbon dioxide from human activity is the primary cause of climate change, apparently contradicting the language used on his own agency's website.
0:41 | 03/10/17

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The new head of the Environmental Protection Agency has sparked an uproar over his latest comments on climate change. EPA administrator Scott Pruitt directly challenged mainstream scientific consensus by saying. He is not believe the carbon dioxide from human activity is a primary contributor to global warming. Crew's view also conflicts with NASA and the EPA it's self. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson is recusing himself from the state department's deliberations on the Keystone Pipeline decision. There were concerns of conflict of interest because Tillerson as the former CEO of ExxonMobil. President Obama halted the project which would bring oil from Canada to the US but president trump revived it.

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