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December 18, 2008

Science team for Obama Administration strong one for conservation


The "Science Team" for the Obama Administration is shaping up to be one of the best ever.


In a very exciting development for ocean conservation. Dr. Jane Lubchenco will be the new leader of NOAA. She brings impeccable science credentials, policy smarts, and a passion for conservation advocacy.

The new science advisor to President Obama will be John Holdren, the director of the Woods Hole Research Center and a widely recognized expert on climate change and how to tackle this overarching for our planet.

Read the Washington Post for complete story.

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