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May 30, 2018

Perspectives of Scientists Who Become Targets: Sarah Myhre

Sarah Myhre, a research associate at the School of Oceanography at the University of Washington, is an advocate for addressing climate change and a champion of women’s rights. Her commitment to speaking publicly about these topics has made her a target of climate contrarians and led to sexist attacks.
May 3, 2018

Our Response to the EPA’s Proposed “Transparency” Rule

We sent a letter to Scott Pruitt, EPA Administrator, on May 2 in response to the proposed agency rule “Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science.” In the letter, we urge Pruitt to extend the public comment period for the rule from the current 30 days to at least 90 days to allow for a more thorough discussion of what it will mean for the EPA to no longer base its decisions on rigorous scientific research.
April 30, 2018

A Guide to Open Records Laws and Protections for Research Materials

Our newest resource for scientists describes what they need to know about state open records laws in each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia and how the laws can potentially be used to protect research materials.
April 12, 2018

We’re marching for science on April 14—join us!

We’re pleased to be an official partner of the March for Science and look forward to standing with the scientific community on Saturday, April 14. This weekend our staff will participate in a range of March of activities in New York City and Washington, D.C. and we look forward to seeing members of our community at these events.
April 3, 2018

Marching for Science? Know Your Rights.

Many scientists in the United States have been moved to action as a result of the current political climate. If you’re one of them and you’re planning to join the March for Science on April 14 — or participate in other activism — it’s crucial that you know your rights. To help you safely organize and speak out, together with the American Civil Liberties Union, we created a free guide, “Know Your Rights: Science Activism and Protests.”
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