The former Environmental Protection Agency regional administrator who once said that his regulatory enforcement philosophy was to “crucify” and “make an example of” non-compliant companies has taken a job with the Sierra Club.
Al Armendariz quickly resigned from the EPA after his videotaped comments were made public. He will now work as part of Sierra Club’s “Beyond Coal” campaign based in Texas.
The group says Armendariz’s experience as an environmental scientist will help, “move Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas off coal-fired electricity and toward an economy powered by job-generating clean energy sources such as wind and the sun.”
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