Summer Monthly Digest — June 19-July 12, 2019

This month in #scipol: pollution in Texas, cheap solar power, deforestation in Brazil, defunded university in Alaska, comet lander, exascale computers water in India, Obamacare, gene patents, #MeTooSTEM, trusting scientists, and more!

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Weekly Digest — March 12-18, 2019

This week in #scipol: the college admissions scandal gets UT sued, Vanderbilt fires #MeTooSTEM professor, Iran accuses conservationists in mortal peril, Rick Perry says Green New Deal should be debated, kids skip school, and more!

Weekly Digest – March 6-12

Conservation and Alternative Energy Several science societies and organizations wrote a letter to Trump endorsing the Clean Water Rule (Ecological Society of America). The wind energy industry is booming in Texas under laws signed by Rick Perry, who is currently the head of the Department of Energy, suggesting that renewable energy may have a positive … Continue reading Weekly Digest – March 6-12

Weekly Digest — Feb 27 – March 5

Conservation and Alternative Energy Currently, 20 Texas State Parks and 11 Wildlife Management Areas are actively leasing land for oil and gas drilling. Action: you can help prevent further damage by 1) stopping new leases, 2) supporting the removal of Kelcy Warren from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission (he is the CEO of Energy … Continue reading Weekly Digest — Feb 27 – March 5