A look at why the United States government was totally unprepared to deliver expert advice in the pandemic
Roger Pielke Jr.
The pandemic has highlighted key lessons for the conduct of oppositional science advisory mechanisms
Roger Pielke Jr.
Your expert views are inconvenient for my politics, can you just be quiet?
Roger Pielke Jr.
The scientific community may hold information that is important in understanding Covid-19 origins
Roger Pielke Jr.
I have an op-ed in the Financial Times today on fatally-flawed climate stress testing by central banks, here are some additional details
Roger Pielke Jr.
Dr. Eric Lander of MIT will testify at a confirmation hearing on Thursday for the role of Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology …
Roger Pielke Jr.
President Biden has announced ambitious goals for climate policy, here is how we can track policy progress on a monthly basis
Roger Pielke Jr.
Here are five important science-related issues to include in any future global pandemic treaty
Roger Pielke Jr.
The H1N1 virus of the 1918 influenza pandemic abruptly disappeared from human populations in the 1950s, only to re-emerge in 1977, very likely a result…
Roger Pielke Jr.
Debates over issues like vaccination and climate change are about public trust, not a rejection of expertise
Roger Pielke Jr.
Classification debates are commonplace in policy and often reflect essentialist versus constructivist views of the world
Roger Pielke Jr.
Pricing carbon makes good sense but should not come at the expense of scientific integrity
Roger Pielke Jr.