This week in #scipol: NOAA silences scientists and hurricane information, lakes are drained in Texas, the Tongass in danger, Bolsonaro cuts grants 90%, deaths in academia, the climate change debate ahead of 2020, and more!
In this last 2019 summer monthly #scipol digest: tigers, bears, and whales (oh my?), plastic and air pollution justice, EPA failures and Pebble Mine, abortions, HPV, vaccines, and glyphosate, Mauna Kea, trees in Ethiopia, and more!
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!
This week in #scipol: the Trump administration's legacy of environmental damage, twins in space and black holes come into focus, moves to a carbon-free future, Atlantis, a new human species, more sexual harassment news, and more!
This week in #scipol: space harpoons, FY2019 funding, STEM parents, record oil leases, China building genetic databases, estimating enslaved people worldwide, WOTUS comment period, climate funding redirected, and more!
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: 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 science policy -- two groups sue the EPA over violating federal records laws, a greater number of first time STEM candidates are entering into primaries, senators are pushing for funding to develop a universal flu vaccine, climate warming effects are concerns for both coral reef survival and communities in deforested areas, & more
This week more drama unfolds at the EPA, tax cuts won't be for graduate students, one day in New Delhi = 45 cigarettes, Austinites vote for parks and bikes, information on border wall made publicly available, and more
Plenty of conservation-related news this week: Utah's Senators aim to strip endangered species act protections from their native species, US National Parks considers implementing a reservation policy to curb number of park visitors, the fight to reintroduce wolves continues to have push-back, the deadly salamander fungus is found in frogs, and more.