EPA Scientists’ Work May Face ‘Case By Case’ Review By Trump Team, Official Says – NPR

Scientists at the Environmental Protection Agency who want to publish or present their scientific findings likely will need to have their work reviewed on a “case by case basis” before it can be disseminated, according to a spokesman for the agency’s transition team.

In an interview Tuesday evening with NPR, Doug Ericksen, the head of communications for the Trump administration’s EPA transition team, said that during the transition period, he expects scientists will undergo an unspecified internal vetting process before sharing their work outside the agency.

“We’ll take a look at what’s happening so that the voice coming from the EPA is one that’s going to reflect the new administration,” Ericksen told NPR.

 

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2 Comments on "EPA Scientists’ Work May Face ‘Case By Case’ Review By Trump Team, Official Says – NPR"

  1. Caitlin Van Kooten | January 25, 2017 at 4:06 pm | Reply

    This is an excellent idea!

    Check out https://archive.org/. They have archived government pages. I think it would be possible to post links to epa pages pre-Trump.

  2. Thanks! I will check it out and see if I can pull some articles down.

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