Journal editors, former SAB chair protest EPA science rule

December 2, 2019
EPA’s controversial proposal barring agency decision-makers from relying on any scientific information where the underlying data and models are not publicly available is coming in from some high-profile opposition, including the top editors of six high-profile scientific journals and a former chairman of EPA’s Science Advisory Board (SAB). “We urge the EPA to continue to adopt an approach that ensures the data used in decision-making are the best available, which will at times require consideration of peer-reviewed scientific data, not...

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