Articles Tagged: Robert L. Sproull

Copenhagen, Climategate, EPA and the U.S. Senate

The Climategate scandal shows intentional behavior on the part of some scientists to influence the peer review and journal publication process—the purported cornerstones of the objectivity of science—because they objected to the publication of articles reputedly challenging their work.

Climate Science and Policy: Making the Connection

Scientific assessment is the critical step in turning scientific information into useful input for public policy decisions. It needs to be carried out at both the national and international level. The U.S. does not have a credible, ongoing assessment process and needs to establish one.

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