- The “Youth v Gov” Climate Change Lawsuit: An Update and Some Insightful Perspectives
- After a 19-Month Vacancy, White House Taps an Academic Meteorologist to Head the OSTP
- Taking Stock of Climate Change Impacts: How Many Puerto Rican Lives Did Hurricane Maria Take?
- As Fossil Fuels Melt the Planet, Could Climate Change Cause a Nuclear Meltdown?
- As the Trump Administration Tries to Tamp Down Climate Change, We are Rising Up to Meet the Challenge
- Assessments of Climate Impacts and Adaptation
- Attacks on Climate Science and Scientists
- Climate Change Education and Communication
- Climate Change Mitigation
- Climate Change Preparedness
- Climate Litigation
- Climate Science Censorship
- Climate Science Watch
- Climate Science Watch Update
- Congress: Legislation and Oversight
- Global Climate Disruption and Impacts
- Global Warming Denial Machine
- International Climate Policy
- National Security
- Obama Administration
- Obama Climate Plan
- Politicization of Climate Science
- Science Communication
- Science-Policy Interaction
- Scientific Integrity
- U.S. Global Change Research Program
Monthly Archives: January 2007
Testimony of Rick Piltz, Director, Climate Science Watch, Government Accountability Project, Washington, DC, Before the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, U.S. House of Representatives, Hearing on “Allegations of Political Interference With the Work of Government Climate Change Scientists.” Text … Continue reading
Atmosphere of Pressure, an investigative report by the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) and the Government Accountability Project (GAP) has uncovered new evidence of widespread political interference in federal climate science.
The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform will hold a hearing on “Allegations of Political Interference With the Work of Government Climate Change Scientists” on Tuesday, January 30, at 10:00 a.m., in Room 2157, Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, … Continue reading
The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation will hold a hearing on Wednesday, February 7, on “Climate Change Research and Scientific Integrity.”
A supporter of whistleblower protections will chair a new House Science and Technology Oversight Subcommittee that could focus on matters of science censorship.
The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform will hold a hearing on January 30 regarding political interference in the work of government climate scientists. The Committee has requested that the White House Council on Environmental Quality provide detailed documentation … Continue reading
Exxon Mobil takes first steps to accept climate change science and cut funding of the denial machine
Exxon Mobil, beginning to reposition itself on climate change policy, acknowledged that climate science has identified risks that call for action and confirmed that it has stopped funding the Competitive Enterprise Institute and several other groups that have pushed global warming denialism.
Everything’s Cool, a new documentary film featuring a number of "global warming messengers on a high-stakes quest," will have its world premiere screening on January 19 at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
Environment & Energy Daily reports: “House Democrats have granted their lead oversight committee the right to privately question witnesses under oath during investigations, adding a powerful tool to a panel poised to dig into the Bush administration’s climate change policies.” … Continue reading
The Center for Biological Diversity, which brought the lawsuit that forced the Interior Department to make a decision under the Endangered Species Act about proposing to list the polar bear as threatened, says in an Op-Ed in the Los Angeles … Continue reading