John Kerry's climate office rife with ties to far-left green groups

Special Presidential Envoy for Climate (SPEC) John Kerry's office is filled with officials who have previously held high-ranking positions at various global green energy institutions.
The organizations have largely characterized global warming as the "climate crisis" and have pushed for a rapid global transition away from fossil fuel reliance.
"These are the people who have been working on and failing on these issues for decades."
"This gang is the climate aristocracy, you might call them," said Ebell, who led the Trump administration's 2016 transition team on energy and environment issues.
The effects of climate change will take the harshest toll on poor and otherwise marginalized communities."
Christianson was the WRI's director of sustainable private sector finance between 2011-2021 and Chan led the group's climate resilience practice from 2017-2021.
ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS KEEP PUSHING EXTREME MEASURES AMID GLOBAL ENERGY CRISIS"Climate change presents a major threat to long-term growth and prosperity, and it has a direct impact on the economic wellbeing of all countries," the IMF website says.
Kerry's top deputies at the office have also worked in high-level roles at similar organizations.
Sue Biniaz was hired to be the SPEC's deputy climate envoy in 2021 after four years as a senior fellow for climate change at the United Nations Foundation.
The group says it works with the United Nations and partners "to galvanize the collective action required to meet the climate challenge."
Duke replaced Jonathan Pershing who returned to his previous role leading the climate program at the Hewlett Foundation, a billion-dollar non-profit that regularly awards grants to far-left and environmental organizations.
CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APPThey have worked at the Council on Foreign Relations, Center for American Progress, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, Oxfam America, Climate Advisers, Ocean Conservancy and Clean Energy Leadership Institute.