Environmental groups are launching a nationwide campaign on Monday to highlight the climate denialism rampant among President-elect Donald Trump\u0026#039;s cabinet picks and demand lawmakers reject their nominations.#DayAgainstDenial Tweets#DayAgainstDenial, spearheaded by the climate group 350.org but supported by a coalition of organizations and activists, calls on the U.S. Senate to vote against Trump\u0026#039;s nominees to lead his administration, including former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson, tapped for secretary of state; former Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, nominated for Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) chief; former Texas Governor Rick Perry for secretary of energy; and Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-Mont.) for secretary of the interior.All four have denied climate change and have ties to the fossil fuel industry, the groups said.\u0022Repeat after me,\u0022 350\u0026#039;s communications director Jamie Henn wrote on Twitter. \u0022The CEO of the world\u0026#039;s largest oil company should not run our foreign policy.\u0022More than 70 rallies and other events are slated to take place at lawmakers\u0026#039; offices around the country on Monday. Organizers say they see the day of action as the start to long-term resistance to Trump\u0026#039;s anti-science agenda.\u0022The climate is changing, and anyone who denies this shouldn\u0026#039;t be in the White House cabinet. It\u0026#039;s up to the Senate to stop these nominations—and up to us to show up in person to tell our senators to fight Trump\u0026#039;s climate denial cabinet,\u0022 350 said.\u0026nbsp;Confirmation hearings are set to take place throughout the week.The groups added that separate campaigns will target other controversial cabinet appointees—including attorney general nominee Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) and labor secretary nominee Andy Puzder—throughout January.