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Whistleblower resigns: ‘Keeping my voice more important than keeping my job.’

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  • 5 Months ago
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An Interior Department executive turned whistleblower who claimed the Trump administration retaliated against him for publicly disclosing how climate change impacts Native Alaskan communities resigned Wednesday. Joel Clement, a scientist and policy expert, was removed from his job by Secretary Ryan Zinke shortly after the disclosure and reassigned to an accounting position for which he has […]

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Source:: http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2017/10/04/whistleblower-resigns-keeping-my-voice-more-important-than-keeping-my-job/?utm_source=rss_energy-environment

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