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The views and opinions expressed in the .A spokesman for the Environmental Protection Agency defended EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler Andrew WheelerOvernight Energy: Trump officials finalize plan to open up protected areas of Tongass to logging | Feds say offshore testing for oil can proceed despite drilling moratorium | Dems question EPA's postponement of inequality training Democrats question EPA postponement of environmental inequality training OVERNIGHT ENERGY: California seeks to sell only electric cars by 2035 | EPA threatens to close New York City office after Trump threats to 'anarchist' cities | House energy package sparks criticism from left and right MORE’s decision to put out a notice of proposed rulemaking on the EPA’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement, arguing that it was “not uncommon” for the Trump administration to put out an initial notice. “It's not uncommon to put out an initial notice,” EPA spokesman Jahan Wilcox told The Hill in a brief interview. “As I said in my response to the letter [to Wheeler], we're actively seeking comments.” But EPA chief counsel Sean Greene sent a letter on Monday to Wheeler in which he criticized the decision to put out the proposed rule and said it would jeopardize the agency’s ability to fulfill its mission. ADVERTISEMENT “Because you did not follow the appropriate steps to coordinate with OMB [Office of Management and Budget] and seek their advice and approval before issuing the proposed rule, OMB may interpret the proposal as a binding rule or regulation, which it is not,” Greene wrote. Greene told Wheeler in his letter that the proposed rule is “legally invalid,” the Washington Post first reported. Wheeler, a former coal industry lobbyist, announced in November that he would be withdrawing the United States from the Paris climate agreement. The Paris climate agreement was signed by then-President Obama and nearly 200 other countries in 2015. It was intended to limit the rise in global temperatures to 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels. Trump promised during the presidential campaign that he would pull out of the Paris climate accord, arguing that it hurt the U.S. economy. Under the Paris accord, the U.S. pledged to cut its emissions by at least 26 percent below 2005 levels by 2025. The Trump administration has argued that Obama overstepped his executive authority when he signed the Paris accord into law.



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