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NOAA Pushes Back on Chairman Smith’s Claims on Climate Science Paper

, lead analyst, Center for Science and Democracy

On Monday, I wrote a blog post of FAQs on House Science Committee Chairman Lamar Smith’s subpoena to NOAA scientists over publication of a new climate science paper. Now NOAA speaks out against Rep. Smith’s claims.  Read more >

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La equidad climática requiere mayor resiliencia ante el cambio climático en las comunidades en la primera línea de sus impactos

El informe que publica hoy la Unión de Científicos Comprometidos (UCS, por sus siglas en inglés), titulado Sobrevivir y prosperar ante el crecimiento de los mares, se enfoca en identificar comunidades en las costas bajo un doble desafío por peligros del clima y desventajas socioeconómicas, y recomienda soluciones equitativas que las ayuden. Read more >

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Bad Riders Try to Hitchhike on the Highway Bill

, sr. Washington rep., Center for Science & Democracy

If you thought legislation that ensures that the government continues to repair our roads, bridges and transportation infrastructure is one of those bipartisan “feel good” opportunities for Congress, you haven’t been in Washington, D.C. lately. Read more >

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The Wonderful World of Plants, Soil, and Bugs (Or, Why I Love Agroecology)

, senior analyst, Food and Environment

I’ve been thinking a lot about plants, soil, and bugs this week, while geeking out with more than 7,000 scientists in Minneapolis. The joint annual meeting of the American Society of Agronomy, the Crop Science Society of America, the Soil Science Society of America, and the Entomology Society of America (whew!) has been a fantastic opportunity to meet and hear from scientists who are looking for new answers to the food, farming, and sustainability challenges our world faces.

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