Obama Environmental Adviser Visits Maryland

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — President Barack Obama’s chief environmental adviser will be in Maryland to discuss efforts to promote healthy oceans and coasts.

Nancy Sutley, chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality, will be joined by other officials and Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber’s companion in Annapolis for Friday’s event.

The group will tour the Chesapeake Bay and highlight the administration’s national ocean policy and cooperative efforts to restore regional ecosystems.

Kitzhaber’s companion, Cylvia Hayes, is involved in an initiative that encourages coastal states to protect their marine legacy.

(Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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  1. Agenda 21 says:

    “To promote healthy oceans and coast ” Yeah… We believe that. We believe without question the federal government has the American Citizen’s best interest in mind! This advisor is checking to verify Agenda 21 is moving forward nicely in Maryland. O’Malley has been quite the cheerleader for it. “Tax and regulate in order to control.” Agenda 21 is the U.N.s method of destruction for sovereignty and individual rights. Agenda 21 is no friend to America. Look up the information yourselves…….

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