This week in #scipol: coronavirus in Texas, criminal charges for Arkema CEO, human rights and climate change, border wall funding, funding for Native American women in STEM, colleges divest from fossil fuels, and more!
This week in #scipol: Texas State Board of Education is reviewing science standards again, Trump era WOTUS rule weakens decades of protections, HPV linked to more cancer, an explosion in Houston, insect conservation, and more!
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