In a Philadelphia Inquirer profile, outgoing EPA head Stephen Johnson says there is no "clean-cut division" between religion and science: "If you have studied at all creationism vs. evolution, there’s theistic or God-controlled evolution and there’s variations on all those themes."
"Theistic evolution?" Yup. That's part of the core curriculum at Taylor University, a "Christ-centered educational institution and an evangelical, interdenominational covenant community." Which is bullshit for "fundamentalist cow college."
The director of the Environmental Protection Agency got his bachelor's - bachelor's! - degree in biology from a college where they teach that the earth is 6,000 years old and Jesus had a pet dinosaur.
Of course this guy doesn't give a rat's ass about the environment. He thinks he's going to be Raptured out of this dump before the oceans can rise another millimeter.