2017 News

Timothy Cama explains how republicans on the House Science Committee are planning a hearing to challenge mainstream climate change scienc

Peter Gwynne, Physics World's North America correspondent, discusses US researchers alarm over the Trump administrations decisions over climate change.

Dr. Mann is joining Mark J. Green, Lawrence Tribe, Laura Tyson, David Cay Johnston, Robert Reich and the rest of the august team at #ShadowingTrump

Letter to the editor by Kenneth F. Styer's in The Greenville News asking for an open debate about climate change politics. 

Emily Atkin, writer for the New Republic, explains how trumps budget will eliminate funding for science research projects. 

Greg Laden's blog discusses Mark Steyn's role in climate politics. 

Charlie Wood, staff writer for The Christian Science Monitor discusses the ever-rising CO2 concentrations that have scientists searching

Brady Dennis and Juliet Eilperin of The Washington Post explain how Senator James Inhofe's continual rage against the scientific consensu

Kevin Cowtan and Zeke Hausfather of Scientific American explain how trolling scientists emails is useless in evaluating whether research

Ed Yong of The Atlantic discusses the 21 stated goals of the March for Science occurring on April 22, coinciding with Earth Day.

Joe Romm of ThinkProgress explains how defunding NOAA’s satellites will also hurt weather forecasts and jeopardize public safety.

Joe Romm of ThinkProgress discusses how representative Darrell Issa, long time climate change denier, has joined a bipartisan House caucu

Seth Borenstien, AP Science Writer, discusses the early spring temperatures across the United States. 

Thor Benson calls attention to the fact that Chicago hasn't seen any snow on the ground in February and January, proving that the overall

Christinia Prihoda explains what we as the public can do to help our environment. 

CBS news writes how Oklahoma attorney general, Pruitt had repeatedly sued to rein in the EPA's reach during the Obama administration and