Aurelia Skipwith, who began career at Monsanto, faces concern over her history with lobbyists and corporations
The White House’s nominee to head a top US conservation agency lacks her predecessors’ experience, while her political connections raise potential conflicts of interest, a Guardian analysis has found.
Aurelia Skipwith, who started her career at the agrochemical giant Monsanto, has been nominated to lead the interior department’s Fish and Wildlife Service, which oversees endangered species and wildlife refuges.
Original Title: Trump conservation pick decried for inexperience and conflicts of interest
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