Daily Archives: September 26, 2008

Notes on Conrad Lautenbacher’s troubled legacy on science and politics at NOAA (Part 2)

Any assessment of the tenure of Conrad Lautenbacher, who has resigned as NOAA Administrator effective October 31, will have to consider the problems of political interference with climate science communication and the mismanagement of the NPOESS satellite global climate monitoring … Continue reading

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Center for Capacity Building is resurrected by Rockefeller Foundation to create new Consortium

Shortly after Andrew Revkin reported in his New York Times’ DotEarth blog that the National Center for Atmospheric Research would be shutting down its Center for Capacity Building, CCB’s director Michael “Mickey” Glantz was approached by the Rockefeller Foundation whose … Continue reading

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