Daily Archives: September 25, 2007

Examining the U.S. climate change budget—Part 1

[Revised September 25]  Is $37 billion in total federal “climate expenditures” over 7 years—for all climate change science research, global observing systems, energy technology R&D related to reducing emissions, international assistance, and alternative energy tax breaks—a lot of money? 

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GAP to honor whistleblowers and defenders at 30th anniversary gala September 26

Tomorrow, September 26, the Government Accountability Project (GAP) will celebrate its 30th anniversary and recognize the vital importance of whistleblowing in society. At the event, guest-hosted by Erin Brockovich, GAP will honor several whistleblowers and congressional champions of government accountability, … Continue reading

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