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Science Panel Staffed with Trump Appointees Says E.P.A. Rollbacks Lack Scientific Rigor By Coral Davenport and Lisa Friedman – The New York Times – December 31, 2019 A top panel of government-appointed scientists, many of them hand-selected by the Trump … Continue reading

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When Whales and Humans Talk By Krista Langlois – Hakai Magazine – April 3, 2018 Harry Brower Sr. was lying in a hospital bed in Anchorage, Alaska, close to death, when he was visited by a baby whale. Although Brower’s … Continue reading

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The Scientist Who Reads a Lost History in the Mud  By Ann Finkbeiner – Hakai Magazine – November 1, 2017 – Video “Let’s drive to Soldiers Delight,” says Grace Brush. So out we go up Baltimore’s treeless Reisterstown Road and down county … Continue reading

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By Marla J. Stelk, Policy Analyst, ASWM I just returned from the Society of Wetland Scientists (SWS) annual conference which was held in San Juan, Puerto Rico this year. Quite a different world from where our home office is located … Continue reading

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Women’s History Month: Contributions in Environmental and Conservation Fields EPA Blog – It All Starts with Science – March 9, 2015 March is Women’s History Month, and EPA is marking the event by highlighting the many contributions women have made … Continue reading

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Scientists leave GOP due to attitudes toward science By Judy Fahys – The Salt Lake Tribune – August 29, 2013 Scientists used to be well represented among the nearly half of Americans who voted Republican. But that’s changed over the years, and … Continue reading

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