Daily Archives: March 29, 2006

Senators call for National Academy auditing of government reports on climate change

An announcement posted March 29 on Senator Frank Lautenberg’s Web site begins: “In an effort to prevent future government reports dealing with the issue of climate change from being altered by White House political aides, several members of the United … Continue reading

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Providence Journal: “NOAA hiding truth about hurricanes, scientists say”

The Providence [R.I.] Journal looked into charges that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration leadership has misled the public by putting forward a one-sided view on the current scientific debate about the relationship between hurricane intensity and global warming, and … Continue reading

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White House CEQ Chief of Staff resignation continues federal climate program leadership exodus

E&ENews PM reported (“CLIMATE: Key White House aide resigns”) on March 22 that White House Council on Environmental Quality chief of staff Bryan Hannegan has resigned, “ending speculation he would be President Bush’s choice to replace outgoing NOAA Deputy Administrator … Continue reading

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