The Union of Concerned Scientists is actively monitoring the coronavirus pandemic and its implications for scientific integrity.
US agriculture presents many obstacles for Black people, Indigenous people, and other people of color. We review opportunities to begin overcoming the history of racist policies and exclusion.
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Nobody should have to risk their life to vote. Our fact sheets identify essential emergency reforms that are needed for a free, fair, and safe 2020 election in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
UCS issue brief explains the need and opportunity for researchers and research funders to build inclusive public participation into decisionmaking on solar geoengineering research.
The US continues to keep intercontinental ballistic missiles on high alert—creating the risk of a mistaken nuclear war in response to a false warning.
Scientist and lawyer Dr. Adrienne Hollis connects the dots of the pandemic, and why a disproportionate number of Black and Brown people are dying.
Renewable energy expert John Rogers is back on the podcast to talk about how COVID-19 is affecting clean energy jobs.
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Disinformation is threatening to derail science-based responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's how to spot it and stop it.
We make the case for bold presidential action to advance science-based policy. Here's a checklist of key asks from the report.
If you've read our book, "Breathe in the Smog, Drink in the Lead," you may be wondering what you can do to help kids who are being hurt by the Trump Administration's attacks on science. Here are some places to start.