“When you think about how much climate change is costing us, it’s not like it’s just an environmental issue.
He added: “The world is a very dangerous place. “
I’m a strong believer in saving the planet and in doing everything possible to make it more sustainable.”
He added: “The world is a very dangerous place.
He also said he believes that the best way to reduce global warming is to “adopt a green energy future”. “
When I say ‘adapt’, I mean that we are trying to make sure that when we are in a situation of an ice storm, or we are having a flood or drought, or a heatwave or a snowstorm, we can have a power surge, a flood, a heat wave, we have to have a storm surge, which can be very damaging and life-threatening.”
He also said he believes that the best way to reduce global warming is to “adopt a green energy future”.
‘In a state of shock’ As the former CEO of the world’s largest energy company, Mr Pruitt was widely criticised for what was seen as his anti-science stance on climate change.
The Oklahoma attorney general had previously accused the US Environmental Protection Agency of being “unethical” in its climate change research and was accused of trying to “steal” the Trump administration’s nomination of climate change sceptic Gina McCarthy to head the agency.
“The only way to protect our environment is to adopt a green future,” Mr Pruitt told The New York Times at the time.
He also expressed skepticism about global warming and suggested that the Earth’s temperature has been rising for decades.
“As far as climate change goes, I’m in a state and I’m shock.
The former Oklahoma governor has repeatedly criticised the EPA for its efforts to regulate greenhouse gas emissions and has repeatedly rejected the notion that climate change exists. “
This is the worst that I’ve seen, and I’ve been on the ground for a long time,” he said.
The former Oklahoma governor has repeatedly criticised the EPA for its efforts to regulate greenhouse gas emissions and has repeatedly rejected the notion that climate change exists.
“It is not my place to determine what the proper level of carbon dioxide is in the atmosphere,” he told the New York Post in 2015.
“That’s not my job.”
The US Senate confirmed Ms McCarthy as administrator of the EPA on Tuesday, making her the first woman to take the helm of the agency since the agency was created in 1990.
However, she faces criticism over her ties to fossil fuel companies.
The EPA has already received criticism for the way it regulates carbon dioxide emissions from coal-fired power plants, which the agency says have a “large and significant role” in contributing to global warming.
“Climate change is real,” Ms McCarthy said in her confirmation hearing.
She also said she had not made any decision about whether or not to withdraw from the Paris climate change agreement, which she says she will review “very carefully”. “
What we need to do is to understand the impacts of CO2, and we need a strategy that’s appropriate for our society.”
She also said she had not made any decision about whether or not to withdraw from the Paris climate change agreement, which she says she will review “very carefully”.
The Republican-controlled Senate is expected to vote on her nomination on Thursday.
“These issues are going to be on the table in the next few days, and she’ll have a chance to explain to the American people what she’s going to do,” Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, a Democrat from Rhode Island, told ABC News on Tuesday.
‘Informal’ climate change ‘unprecedented’ Climate change sceptics are worried about the appointment of Ms McCarthy to lead the EPA, given that the agency is one of the most vocal supporters of fossil fuel development.
They also say the agency’s stance on the climate change issue is a significant departure from the science, and have launched a campaign to pressure her.
The American Public Policy Research Institute, a conservative think tank that often supports the views of the Republican Party, released a statement calling for Ms McCarthy’s removal.
“Ms McCarthy has a long record of questioning climate science and repeatedly declared that global warming has been a hoax,” said the organisation’s executive director, Stephen Latham.
“She has also shown an affinity for oil, coal, and gas development, which is a departure from her previous positions on climate action.”
Mr Pruitt, however, said that Ms McCarthy is “informal” and “doesn’t have the authority to decide what is in our national interest.”
“We need to make our decisions based on what is best for our country and our economy,” he added.
“If you don’t have a clear vision of what we need, you’re not going to get to make decisions.”