To all the dedicated government scientists who continue to do outstanding work on #climatechange in the face of obstructionism, we tip our hats.
In an internal memo, the White House considered whether to simply ‘ignore’ federal climate research w/
In an internal memo, the White House considered whether to simply "ignore" federal climate research
In an internal memo, White House officials weighed whether to simply "ignore" federal climate research. W/
Internal White House memo outlined options for responding to federal climate studies: 'ignore,' review or 'highlight uncertainty'
In an internal memo, the White House considered whether to simply ‘ignore’ federal climate research
"It did not consider touting federal scientists’ findings."
“The scientific evidence about accelerating effects of CO2 and greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is so strong, and so prevalent, that it would be impossible to hush it up even if you wanted to,” says chief.
White House considered whether to simply ‘ignore’ federal climate research
"a coherent, fact-based message about climate science" is well beyond the capabilities of this regime
When admin considered what to do with federal #climate science, none of the three options were tout the scientists' findings. Great reporting from &
Thank you, of AAAS (former Rep.): “Coral deaths and glacier melting and sea-level rise, and all of these things are just so well documented and there’s just new evidence every day.... It just can’t be swept under the rug.”
In an internal memo, the White House considered whether to simply ‘ignore’ federal climate research
In an internal memo, the White House considered whether to simply ‘ignore’ federal climate research
Epic scoop on Trump, Pruitt, and climate science from and
In a memo, the Trump administration debated whether to ignore federal climate studies, play up the old uncertainty chestnut or actually do the red team, blue team thing
Everybody in a position of power knows how real and urgent climate change is. Even inside the White House.
“It did not consider touting federal scientists’ findings.”
In an internal memo, the White House considered whether to simply ‘ignore’ federal climate research
In an internal memo, the White House considered whether to simply ‘ignore’ federal climate research
In fact, the White House affirmatively decided that it would ignore federal climate research-- and this was the best option they were considering at the time.
In an internal memo, the White House considered whether to simply ‘ignore’ federal climate research via
In an internal memo, the White House considered whether to simply ‘ignore’ federal climate research
And here's why Jim Bridenstine may be at risk of losing his post ...
"White House officials last year weighed whether to simply “ignore” #climate studies produced by government scientists or to instead develop “a coherent, fact-based message about climate science,” according to a memo obtained by "