Strengthening transparency in regulatory science.
His security, DC bedroom and policies are legitimate and defensible, under any fair standard.
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Keeping EPA workers accountable and projects on schedule.
Many researchers (or their institutions) are likely to want their work to be EPA usable, even if EPA does not fund it. They will then adopt usability practices from the beginning, which may be a new way of doing research. This is exactly what the open science movement is calling for.
Administrator Pruitt initiates overdue changes to bring transparency, integrity to rulemaking.
"The President should stand behind loyal public servants like Scott Pruitt or suffer a chilling effect on his Administration's ability to recruit and retain talented Americans with the courage to make positive change."
EPA will stop relying on "secret science" in its rule-making process and enter a new era of transparency under a new regulation Administrator Pruitt unveiled at EPA headquarters.
EPA’s proposed data transparency rule will provide for privacy concerns and for concerns from industry over releasing confidential business information.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is under attack and needs your help!
Pruitt’s Real Sin? Cleaning Up EPA.
Politicians must consider unintended consequences.
EPA regulators would only be allowed to consider scientific studies that make their data available for public scrutiny under Pruitt’s new policy.
EPA is what is called an "independent agency, Pruitt can, and may well, go ahead with the Red Team exercise.
Heartland Institute Senior Fellow (and CFACT advisor) H. Sterling Burnett, Ph.D., reviews the achievements of President Trump's energy and environmental policies at the end of his first year in office, a list he says indicates "a tremendous start" -- as evidenced by the stock market, job growth, unemployment decline, business investment, and consumer confidence -- all helping to "make America great again."