Daily Archives: October 1, 2012

Climate Silence

Forecast the Facts is launching a new campaign through which citizens can petition the presidential candidates to speak honestly and directly about how they would address climate change if elected.   As we’ve been saying:  It’s time for the climate silence … Continue reading

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Government scientific information: Culture of secrecy is still a problem

Did President Obama’s Transparency and Open Government memorandum, issued at the beginning of his term, have a significant impact?  At a September 25 symposium in Washington, DC, on “Improving Citizen Access to Government Scientific Information,” watchdog speakers suggested that federal … Continue reading

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