Because the federal government isn’t the only one trying to censor, misrepresent, or otherwise stifle science.
Sabin Center for Climate Change Law, Author at State of the Planet
New research reveals that nearly half of U.S. states do not have requirements for sellers to disclose a property’s history of flood damages to a homebuyer.
The EPA’s proposed “Affordable Clean Energy Rule” could cost U.S. citizens of billions of dollars. And that’s not all.
As of August 14, the federal government has attempted to censor, misrepresent, and otherwise stifle science over 150 times, according to the Sabin Center’s Silencing Science Tracker.
The EPA’s decision to lower fuel efficiency standards could affect more than just greenhouse gas emissions.
As insurers begin to account for climate change in their wildfire risk models, premiums in scorched areas could skyrocket.
When disaster strikes, prisoners’ rights are often forgotten about. A new paper recommends changes that can help protect them.
A group of 25 children and young adults are suing the Colombian government, demanding the protection of their constitutional rights to health, food, water, and a healthy environment.
A new working paper from the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law analyzes 2017’s climate-related lawsuits.
The Silencing Science Tracker, from Columbia’s Sabin Center for Climate Change Law and the Climate Science Legal Defense Fund, will log actions by the U.S. government to silence scientists working on environmental, public health and climate issues.