Daily Archives: January 30, 2009

Marburger’s legacy: John Holdren must restore credibility to the White House science office

Incoming presidential science advisor John Holdren will be called upon to restore credibility to the Office of Science and Technology Policy, which, in our view, his Bush administration predecessor John Marburger did much to discredit.  We note several instances in … Continue reading

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Greenwire: “CLIMATE: In its final days, Bush admin released long-awaited studies”

“This is the endlessly delayed process; all of these things were at least one and a half years overdue—in some cases more,” said Rick Piltz, director of the watchdog group Climate Science Watch. “It really undermined the credibility of the … Continue reading

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