What scientists can't do , sometimes Art can. Remember "Yes Minister" and" The Emperors New Clothes" . We don't guarantee you won't lose your head for "telling it like it is", but you will be among friends who will bless you for standing up for the truth and the issues of wise governance and tax use . International
BGH Bulletin provides details about how a large share of America's milk supply has quietly become adulterated with the effects of a synthetic hormone (bovine growth hormone, or BGH) secretly injected into cows.and how pressure from the hormone maker Monsanto led Fox TV to fire two of its award-winning reporters and sweep under the rug much of what they discovered but were never allowed to broadcast.
Texas Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility is a local chapter of a national alliance of local state and federal resource professionals. PEER works with public agency professionals to promote environmental ethics, sound resource management and government accountability.
Environmental Data Services provides a variety of useful and informative free policy news, information and jobs resources (some with registration) via the internet. ENDS has been a publisher of respected environmental information for professionals since 1978. Visit the environmental jobs pages at Environmental Data Services -- UK's leading environmental publisher since 1978. Plus leading news on policy, regulation and more happenings on the environmental front in Europe daily on the Internet or monthly in print.
Fundado en 1945 por científicos atómicos preocupados por el uso de armas nucleares, el Bulletin es una revista que presenta información y reportajes sobre asuntos de seguridad global desde una perspectiva internacional. El Bulletin se publica en inglés cada dos meses. Esta página te ofrece un archivo de los artículos más destacados traducidos al español. http://www.bullatomsci.org/Spanish/SpanishMain.html
The Bulletin's content is "nuclear plus." Topics range across a spectrum of national and international security issues, with a special focus on nuclear issues. The Bulletin has recently examined the success of U.N. peacekeeping (a mixed bag), the usefulness of international sanctions in resolving conflict (only sometimes effective), and the trail of nuclear-weapons-related items from Europe to Iraq. A series of articles written by journalists from the former Soviet Union presciently highlighted the opportunities and setbacks the 15 former Soviet republics faced as they lurched uncertainly into the future. The Bulletin also documents the waste of excessive military spending, the increased tensions caused by the worldwide arms trade, the opportunity costs of militarism, and the damage to democracy caused by obsessive government secrecy.
After 27 years at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and being close to retirement, William Sanjour decided to try to gather all the things he has written about EPA's decades of delinquency and his experience as a whistleblower in one place.