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Debating science in a court setting may boost public trust

Holding science-based courtroom debates could help educate and engage citizens in shaping public policy.

Arik Shams, Leana King and Joy Liu write for Undark.

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Will judges have the last word on climate change?
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Will judges have the last word on climate change?

In the fight against climate change, one tool is proving increasingly popular: litigation.

The government is silencing kids hurt by climate change
www.theatlantic.com

The government is silencing kids hurt by climate change

The U.S. has a climate policy, and it wants the Supreme Court to enforce it. That policy: No such thing.
William D. Ruckelshaus: Pruitt is turning his back on transparency at the EPA
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William D. Ruckelshaus: Pruitt is turning his back on transparency at the EPA

The agency should be a fishbowl, not a black box — or it will crumble.
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