This week in #scipol: land conservation, grabs, and giveaways, sensitive countries, children protest, e-cigs and teenagers, a cure for HPV, gender disparity in publishing and academia, and more!
This week in #scipol: Eddie Bernice Johnson in charge, James Watson stripped of honors, a step forward for open access, when does a zygote become a human, mites that eat llama poop, Antarctica in crisis, and more!
This week in #scipol: a butterfly sanctuary slated for the border wall, the sage grouse in trouble, cats outdoors, goodbye Ryan Zinke, PhD's get jobs, T rex makeover, Little Foot uncovered 3.67 million years after she fell, and more!
So much this week in #scipol! The Trump administration asserts the reality of climate change, mosquitoes can be eliminated, information on the midterms, grizzlys, frogs, humanized mice, and more!!
This month in #scipol: carbon tax, goodbye Scott Pruitt, plastic bans, West Nile virus in Texas, and more!
This month in #scipol: the southwest deals with drought, NASA's Mars Curiosity announced discoveries, the EPA's transparency rule, government spending to address climate change, new National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine reports, non-medical vaccine exemptions and more.
This month in #scipol: carbon taxes, water contamination, science appropriations, Chinese espionage, the "right to try bill", top 10 newly discovered species, and more.
This week in #scipol: EPA's secret science rule open for public comments; farm bill will deregulate pesticide use & liability when it comes to endangered species; ancestry website catches killer & more on CDC/EPA/NIH/DOE etc
Lots of news in conservation this week: Bears Ears shrunk for oil, phytoplankton declining, regenerative farming gains status, ban on big game trophy importation lifted; new rules limit the EPA; new CDC director considered; & more!
This week: February 5 is the last day to register to vote in the upcoming Texas primaries. The haste of recent environmental rollbacks may result in legal challenges. A law from 1872 allows for new mining claims on land previously designated as part of two national monuments in Utah. The end approaches for funding designated to support surveillance of emerging outbreaks in developing counties. Read on for more news on Exxon Mobil development plans, a CEQ nomination withdrawal, 2019 budget proposals, and changes in publishing practices.