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New Budget Bill Rescues NASA’s Carbon Monitoring System
“We’re back!” says $10-million-per-year project’s science team leader.
Shutdown Hammers Early-Career Scientists
Work and pay stoppages imperil the career progress and livelihoods of researchers trying to get a start in their fields.
Congress Throws Tropical Forest Research Program a Lifeline
Climate researchers and ecologists laud the continuation of effort to fuse data from tropical forests with modeling.
Prestigious Climate-Related Fellowships Rescinded
Reduced program is one of several that usually support climate science postdoctoral research but have eliminated or suspended funding opportunities.
Major Federal Tropical Research Project to Cease 7 Years Early
The Department of Energy shutters a project aimed at improving climate models less than halfway through the expected decade-long run.
Rise of Distorted News Puts Climate Scientists on Their Guard
Wary of misleading coverage, some climate researchers are avoiding publicizing results. Others prepare countermeasures to anticipate and combat skewed media reports.