This week in #scipol: the Asian longhorned tick, congressional committees take shape, a carbon fee bill is introduced, the UN holds climate talks, carbon emissions increase, and will we all get coal from Poland in our stockings?
This week in #scipol: the fourth National Climate Assessment, CRISPR babies born, InSight successfully lands, and more!
This week in #scipol: some good news! The Save Our Seas Act, whooping cranes on the rebound, EPA shelves transparency rule, changing minds on climate change, voting begins, and more!
This week in #scipol: reverse course needed to avert climate disaster, STEM Nobel's 97% male, NASA's plan for getting to Mars, ResearchGate sued, and more!
This week in #scipol: the Golden Goose Awards, the social cost of carbon, money for NIH, hog feces, and more!
This week in #scipol: endangered salmon, sexual harassment in academia, Scott Pruitt still in scandals, Sam Clovis retires from USDA, huge NIH public database on genetics, pollution in Texas, and more
This week conservationist groups' outrage places hold on big game trophy decision, U.S. cities and state governments speak at the UN climate Change Conference, strategies for changing how we perceive the environment, the case for scientific collections, and more.
This week: EPA fails to mention climate change in its review of superfund sites affected by Harvey & proposed cuts to the superfund clean-up budget, WHO announces new anti-cholera campaign, whales are dying, California strikes down stay on methane regulation, and more
This week: Effects of recent hurricanes in Texas and Florida continue to be felt, President Trump presents nominees for positions at NASA and USDA, one week remains to comment on overtime requirements for the Department of Labor, and more
Part two of a post about a member's visit to DC to lobby Congressional staffers to increase federal science funding.