February 11, 2013

If Not Chu, Then Who?

Bill Sweet, IEEE Spectrum


Bloomberg

When U.S. President Barack Obama nominates successors to outgoing Energy Secretary Steven Chu and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Lisa Jackson, pundits will naturally scrutinize the biographies of the proposed successors for hints to future policy. . .

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