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McCarthy stresses need for climate change action, stays mum on expected nomination

Speculation continues to swirl about when the White House will tap Gina McCarthy to head U.S. EPA, but there is little doubt that she is on her way up. In remarks at last night's award dinner in a Washington, D.C., hotel for the EPA-sponsored Climate Leadership Conference, McCarthy stayed mum about the promotion and took no questions. But her words seemed designed to assure the ballroom full of business and nonprofit climate change advocates that she was on their side.

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