Union of Concerned Scientists

A List of Scientific Organizations That Have Supported and Opposed Limiting What Research EPA Can Use to Make Decisions

The EPA today will announce a politically-motivated draft policy to restrict the use of science in agency decisions. The draft policy is based on legislation that has died in Congress for several years. The mainstream scientific and academic organizations that have opposed new restrictions on EPA’s use of science, in alphabetical order: Alliance of Nurses […]

The EPA today will announce a politically-motivated draft policy to restrict the use of science in agency decisions. The draft policy is based on legislation that has died in Congress for several years.

The mainstream scientific and academic organizations that have opposed new restrictions on EPA’s use of science, in alphabetical order:

The mainstream scientific and academic organizations that have supported new restrictions on EPA’s use of science, in alphabetical order:

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

The former tobacco industry-paid PR men who support new restrictions on EPA’s use of science, in alphabetical order:

More from Union of Concerned Scientists

Union of Concerned Scientists7 min read
Natural Gas vs. Renewable Energy: Beware the Latest Gas Industry Talking Points
The natural gas industry is on an aggressive public relations tear to convince Americans that for decades to come, it is the “bridge” between coal and renewable energy. The campaign is loaded with disinformation. The American Petroleum Institute (API
Union of Concerned Scientists5 min read
Trump Administration Thwarts Consumer Watchdog’s Investigation on Student Loan Forgiveness Program
People suppress the collection of information and data when they are afraid of the results. The Trump administration is no stranger to using this strategy, as we’ve documented time and time again. So, it’s not a surprise that the Department of Educat
Union of Concerned Scientists5 min read
As Presidential Candidates Prepare for Ohio Debate, Farmers Need a New Vision
It has been a very bad year for Ohio’s farmers. Across the state, they were unable to plant crops on nearly 1.5 million acres this past spring due to unrelenting rainfall and flooding. The Buckeye State has also been hard-hit by the Trump administrat