EPN Comments on Supplement to the “Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science” Rule Proposal
EPN Members Testify about Supplemental Notice of the Proposed Censored Science Rule at Union of Concerned Scientists’ Virtual Hearing
EPN Requests to Extend the Comment Period on Supplemental Notice to the Proposed Censored Science Rule
EPN Comments on SAB Draft Report on the Censored Science Rule
EPN Members Testify on Censored Science Issues at SAB Public Teleconference
EPN Members Testify at SAB Public Meeting
EPN Comments on EPA Censored Science Proposal to Restrict Use of Scientific Studies in Decision-making
Censored Science: Attacks on Science
(April 2018-August 2018)
EPN Members Voice Opposition to the Proposed Censored Science Rule at EPA Public Hearing
EPN IN THE NEWS RELATED TO Censored Science
Protecting the Integrity of Federal Science
March 29, 2022 / by
Elizabeth Southerland /
Issues in Science and Technology
Betsy Southerland, former Director, Office of Science and Technology, EPA Office of Water, authored this article outlining the requirements for a federal scientific integrity framework and the need for federal science policies and practices to be protected by law.
After Trump, US Researchers Urge Biden to Block Political Meddling in Science
August 4, 2021 / by
Nidhi Subbaraman /
Tom Sinks, EPN member and former Director, EPA Office of the Science Advisor, was quoted in this article about U.S. researchers and science groups appealing to the Biden administration to protect government science from political interference and to empower federal scientists to speak to the media and public.
Biden’s Climate Plans Are Stunted After Dejected Experts Fled Trump
Aug 1, 2021 / by
Coral Davenport, Lisa Friedman, and Christopher Flavelle /
The New York Times
Stan Meiburg, EPN member, former Acting EPA Deputy Administrator and former Deputy Regional Administrator, EPA Regions 4 and Region 6, was quoted in this article about President Biden’s ambitious plans to confront climate change being hampered by Trump’s battle against climate science, including undermining federal studies, firing scientists, and driving many experts to quit or retire.
Court Order Widens EPA Options to Drop ‘Secret Science’ Rule
January 28, 2021 / by
Stephen Lee /
Dan Costa, EPN member and former National Program Director, EPA Air, Climate, and Energy Research Program, Office of Research and Development, was quoted in this article regarding a court ruling delaying the effective date of EPA’s “Censored Science” rule to February 5th. Dan was quoted in a similar article by Government Executive.