Today, the Biden Administration releases a presidential memo on scientific integrity and evidence-based policymaking, setting the stage for the administration’s efforts to build back from the Trump administration’s unprecedented assault on science and strengthen protections for science and scientists across the government. This is big and it puts science on the agenda like never before. Here’s my take on today’s bold actions and what we should watch in the coming months and years. Read more >
January 27, 2021 4:29 PM EDT
Ask a Scientist: What Should the Biden Administration and Congress Do to Address the Climate Crisis?
January 14, 2021 10:30 AM EDT
For all the promises on climate action that President-elect Biden has made, some nagging questions remain: Given the constraints of a closely divided Congress, how much will the Biden administration truly be able to accomplish? And even with the United States rejoining the Paris accord, will countries live up to its promise to keep the Earth’s temperature in check? For some answers, I turned to Climate and Energy Program Policy Director Rachel Cleetus Read more >