Tag Archives for transparency

The heat is on!

Editor’s Note: this recent article discusses the uneven playing field that exists for private and government agencies. We should all be asking the same question Mr. Driessen asks; namely … Why should Volkswagen be investigated for emission deception, but not … Continue reading

13. January 2016 by Jason Hayes
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Abuse of science

The American Thinker has an interesting article on how science could be abused by regulatory agencies and the value of enforcing basic standards of transparency on the “science” driving their various regulations. On November 19, 2014, the House of Representatives passed … Continue reading

28. November 2014 by Jason Hayes
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EPA tells Scientific Advisory Board “don’t talk”

In what appears to be a direct contradiction to the intent of the EPA’s Scientific Integrity Policy and this administration’s claims to be the “most transparent administration in history,” a memo presented at a “closed-door” July 24th Science Advisory Board (SAB) meeting informed members … Continue reading

08. October 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Breaking The EPA’s Climate Science Secrecy Barrier

Editor’s note: This article was originally published to the ACC’s online magazine website (www.acclive.com) in November, 2014. It has been moved to the Coalblog as part of our redesign of our online publications. The push for transparency has never been … Continue reading

10. July 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Exxon CEO defends the benefits of energy

While this Forbes.com article is looking at natural gas, the pride that Rex Tillerson, CEO of Exxon Mobile, shows in his company’s ability to provide abundant, affordable, domestic energy to this country, is an excellent pattern for the coal industry. … Continue reading

17. April 2012 by Jason Hayes
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