Sabotaged Science in the Arctic Refuge: Interior Department Works to Undermine Its Own Scientists

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By Joel Clement, Union of Concerned Scientists It’s been a long, tough road for scientists during the Trump administration—particularly those at the sprawling Department of the Interior. Interior scientists have been reassigned and marginalized by political appointees, their results hav...
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There’s Nothing “Mini” About the U.S. Plan to Unravel Europe’s Precautionary Principle

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By Sharon Anglin Treat, Institute for Agriculture & Trade Policy The real goal of the United States and European Union’s so-called “mini-deal” on trade is unambiguous and goes to the heart of Europe’s way of life and approach to the rule of law. U.S. trade negotiators, Agriculture Secretary...
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