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EPA's global warming communication problem - Censored websites

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    EPA s global warming communication problem - 2. Censored websites Posted on Wednesday, June 28, 2006 Selective censorship of media contacts is not the only
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      EPA's global warming communication problem - 2. Censored websites
      Posted on Wednesday, June 28, 2006

      Selective censorship of media contacts is not the only means by which
      communication about global warming and climate change has been stifled
      at the Environmental Protection Agency. EPA�s main global warming
      website and its Global Change Research Program site look for the most
      part like they were frozen in 2002�about the time that the White House
      Council on Environmental Quality started more aggressively policing
      federal communications on global warming.

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      http://www.climatesciencewatch.org/

      EPA's global warming communication problem - 1. Censored expertise
      Posted on Tuesday, June 27, 2006

      The New York Times reported on June 20 that EPA�s leading expert on
      the implications of sea level rise for U.S. coastal areas was
      prohibited from responding on the record to questions for an article
      on global warming and beaches. We know of two other reporters with
      major news publications who also recently encountered the same problem
      at EPA. The agency�s political watchdogs should be told to back off.

      See Details
      http://www.climatesciencewatch.org/
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