Opponents of US Gas Exports Wrong
Institute Director Dr. Roy Spencer on Climate Science
In Defense of Carbon Dioxide
Big Data And Microseismic Imaging Will Accelerate The Smart Drilling Oil And Gas Revolution
New Study: A Skeptical Look at the Carbon Tax
Son of a BTU
Current Developments in Russia's Ballistic Missile Defense
New Opportunities for US Natural Gas Industry with Japan’s Entry to TPP
Slouching Towards Zero: Considering U.S. Nuclear Weapons Programs and Policy
NEW STUDY: An Investment Strategy for National Security Space
The George C. Marshall Institute seeks to improve the understanding of scientific and technical issues that influence national security, energy and environmental policy.
Public policy matters are shaped by advances in science and technology. For that reason, unbiased and scientifically accurate assessments of the meaning of these advances for policy are critical. Where science is misused and distorted to promote special interests, we work to:
Communicate scientific information clearly,
Identify key linkages between science and policy issues, and
Provide balanced and accurate assessments on specific science-based policy issues.