New National Science Board report emphasizes higher education sector’s essential contributions to the nation
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Against all odds, another group of children who are suing the government to protect the environment against the harm of global warming in their future, have won in court. Again.
The University of Miami announced their new initiative, The Climate Change Special Report, which provides an interactive, online resource for interested members of community, government, and media.
NOAA on Thursday announced Jonathan R. Pennock, Ph.D., director of New Hampshire Sea Grant and a longtime coastal scientist, will be the new leader of NOAA’s National Sea Grant College program.
Scientists supported by the Department of Energy likely won’t be happy with Congress’s version of the budget for the agency in fiscal year 2017, which begins 1 October.
Today the National Science Board (NSB) announced that Sea Education Association (SEA) would be bestowed with its 2016 Public Service Award.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency office of Public Engagement and Environmental Education is soliciting applications for environmental education professionals for consideration to serve on the National Environmental Education Advisory Council.
On the afternoon of March 22nd, the House passed Congresswoman Barbara Comstock’s (VA-10) “Inspiring the Next Space Pioneers, Innovators, researchers, and Explorers (INSPIRE) Women Act” by a vote of 380-3.
How is climate change being taught in American schools? (From Science Daily) — Is it being taught at all? And how are teachers addressing climate change denial in their classrooms, schools, and school districts?...
Project 2061, a long-term AAAS initiative to increase literacy in science, mathematics, and technology, has released an outline for its Green Schools Energy Curriculum, which utilizes real-time data on energy generation and consumption from green...