Peter Frumhoff

Director of science & policy

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Peter Frumhoff is a global change ecologist and serves as chief scientist for the UCS climate campaign. Dr. Frumhoff is an internationally-recognized expert on climate change impacts, climate science and policy, tropical forest conservation and management, and biological diversity. He holds a Ph.D. in Ecology. See Peter's full bio.

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How the Trump Administration and Congress Should Use Science to Govern

The election of Donald Trump raises many questions about the future role of science and evidence in policy making. Many of us are deeply troubled that some transition team members, senior administration officials and people nominated to head up federal agencies have a history of attacking scientists and misrepresenting science. Read more >

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Why the American Geophysical Union Should Reject Corporate Sponsorship from ExxonMobil

The continued acceptance of corporate sponsorship from ExxonMobil, a company with a long and well-documented track record of climate science misinformation, appears deeply inconsistent with AGU’s own organizational support policy. Read more >

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The Heat is on Fossil Fuel Companies for Decades of Climate Deception

As I pointed out in a recent blog, my colleagues and I at the Union of Concerned Scientists have been researching and calling attention to climate disinformation by leading fossil fuel companies for nearly a decade. Read more >

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Farewell to Edward L. Miles (1939-2016): Friend, Colleague, Force for Science-based Policy

I was saddened this week to learn of the passing of the remarkable Ed Miles, who died on May 7 at his home in Seattle, Washington. Read more >

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Scientists, Legal Scholars Brief State Prosecutors on Fossil Fuel Companies’ Climate Accountability

The meeting provided senior staff from state attorneys general offices in nearly a dozen states with an opportunity to hear from leading climate scientists, legal scholars, historians, and other experts on topics including climate attribution research, lessons from tobacco litigation, and the potential role of state consumer protection laws. Read more >

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