Bethany King 2-09-2016

Election years are tough on science and numbers. Everywhere you go yet another politician or one of their supporters is citing numbers, throwing them out there, claiming their support, and reminding everyone that if we just followed the evidence we’d all end up agreeing with them. Their opponents, of course, claim the same thing. This is bad enough in formal debates, but when you wade in to Facebook or Twitter, it gets downright overwhelming. Everyone has “science on their side” or “the numbers back them up.”

Maryada Vallet 5-11-2013

Where the U.S. meets Mexico, rhetoric often gets in the way of the facts.

Elaina Ramsey 4-10-2013

Resources to help you join the battle to stop the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.