Top environmental officials will testify at a Senate committee hearing next week on President Obama's climate plan.
The Environment and Public Works Committee will review federal efforts in line with Obama's agenda to address climate change.
The administration's Council on Environmental Quality Chairwoman Nancy Sutley will testify along with Environmental Protection Agency chief Gina McCarthyGina McCarthyObama EPA chief: Pruitt must uphold ‘law and science’ Overnight Energy: Congress does away with Obama coal mining rule GOP suspends rules to push through EPA pick despite Dem boycott MORE.
Officials from the Fish and Wildlife Service, States Service Administration will also testify at the hearing.
A second panel will include atmospheric and energy scientists from universities across the U.S.