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Uncertainty lies ahead with Zichal's exit, but advocates optimistic about continuity

Having teed up an ambitious second-term agenda on global warming policy, the chief architect of President Obama's Climate Action Plan is headed for the door -- so far without explanation. The White House confirmed late yesterday that Obama's top climate adviser, Heather Zichal, will depart, after five White House years during which she helped shape everything from the president's first-term tailpipe emissions rules for vehicles to the administration's support for climate change legislation to its second-term pivot to regulation.

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