Union of Concerned Scientists

Research Reports in JSTOR from Union of Concerned Scientists
84 Research Reports in JSTOR Date
The $11 Trillion Reward: How Simple Dietary Changes Can Save Lives and Money, and How We Get There 2013
Added Sugar, Subtracted Science: How Industry Obscures Science and Undermines Public Health Policy on Sugar 2014
After the Storm:: The Hidden Health Risks of Flooding in a Warming World 2012
ASSESSING TRADE AND BUSINESS GROUPS’ POSITIONS ON CLIMATE CHANGE 2013
ATMOSPHERE OF PRESSURE: Political Interference in Federal Climate Science 2007
Automaker Rankings 2014: The Environmental Performance of Car Companies 2014
THE BILLION GALLON CHALLENGE: GETTING BIOFUELS BACK ON TRACK 2010
BIOFUELS: An Important Part of a Low-Carbon Diet 2007
A Bright Economic Future for the Mountain State: Economic Diversification in West Virginia 2013
Building a Better SUV: A Blueprint for Saving Lives, Money, and Gasoline 2003
Burning Coal, Burning Cash: RANKING THE STATES THAT IMPORT THE MOST COAL 2010
CAFOs Uncovered: The Untold Costs of Confined Animal Feeding Operations 2008
Charting Michigan’s Renewable Energy Future: Accelerating the Transition to Clean, Affordable, and Reliable Power 2014
THE CLEAN ENEERGY RACE: How Do California’s Public Utilities Measure Up? 2012
CLEAN ENERGY BLUEPRINT: A Smarter National Energy Policy for Today and the Future 2001
CLIMATE CHANGE in Pennsylvania: IMPACTS AND SOLUTIONS FOR THE KEYSTONE STATE 2008
Climate Control: Global Warming Solutions for California Cars 2004
A Climate of Corporate Control: How Corporations Have Influenced the U.S. Dialogue on Climate Science and Policy 2012
The Climate-Friendly Gardener: A Guide to Combating Global Warming from the Ground Up 2010
Climate-Friendly Land Use: Paths and policies toward a less wasteful planet 2013
COAL POWER in a Warming World: A SENSIBLE TRANSITION TO CLEANER ENERGY OPTIONS 2008
Confronting Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region: Impacts on Our Communities and Ecosystems 2003
Confronting Climate Change in the Gulf Coast Region: Prospects for Sustaining Our Ecological Heritage 2001
Cream of the Crop:: The Economic Benefits of Organic Dairy Farms 2012
Deforestation Success Stories: Tropical Nations Where Forest Protection and Reforestation Policies Have Worked 2014
Delivering the Green: Reducing Trucks’ Climate Impacts While Saving at the Pump 2008
Digging Up Trouble: The Health Risks of Construction Pollution in California 2006
The Economics of Pharmaceutical Crops: Potential Benefits and Risks for Farmers and Rural Communities 2005
Encroaching Tides: How Sea Level Rise and Tidal Flooding Threaten U.S. East and Gulf Coast Communities over the Next 30 Years 2014
ENERGY SECURITY: Solutions to Protect America’s Power Supply and Reduce Oil Dependence 2002
Ensuring the Harvest: Crop Insurance and Credit for a Healthy Farm and Food Future 2012
FAILURE TO YIELD: Evaluating the Performance of Genetically Engineered Crops 2009
Federal Science and the Public Good: SECURING THE INTEGRITY OF SCIENCE IN POLICY MAKING 2008
Freshwater Use by U.S. Power Plants: ELECTRICITY’S THIRST FOR A PRECIOUS RESOURCE 2011
Fueling a Better Future: The Many Benefits of “Half the Oil” 2013
Gas Ceiling: Assessing the Climate Risks of an Overreliance on Natural Gas for Electricity 2013
Gone to Seed: Transgenic Contaminants in the Traditional Seed Supply 2004
Grading Government Transparency: Scientists’ Freedom to Speak (and Tweet) at Federal Agencies 2013
A Growing Concern: Protecting the Food Supply in an Era of Pharmaceutical and Industrial Crops 2004
The Healthy Farmland Diet: How Growing Less Corn Would Improve Our Health and Help America’s Heartland 2013
Heat in the Heartland: 60 Years of Warming in the Midwest 2012
High and Dry: Why Genetic Engineering Is Not Solving Agriculture’s Drought Problem in a Thirsty World 2012
How Renewable Electricity Standards Deliver Economic Benefits 2013
IMPORTING POLLUTION: COAL’S THREAT TO CLIMATE POLICY IN THE U.S. NORTHEAST 2008
INTERFERENCE AT THE EPA: SCIENCE AND POLITICS AT THE U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 2008
Is News Corp. Failing Science?: Representations of Climate Science on Fox News Channel and in the Wall Street Journal Opinion Pages 2012
Logging and the Law: How the U.S. Lacey Act Helps Reduce Illegal Logging in the Tropics 2012
LOGGING OFF: Mechanisms to Stop or Prevent Industrial Logging in Forests of High Conservation Value 2001
Managing Risk in Ohio: Clean Energy’s Role in a Reliable, Diverse Power Supply 2013
Market Forces: CREATING JOBS THROUGH PUBLIC INVESTMENT IN LOCAL AND REGIONAL FOOD SYSTEMS 2011
National Landmarks at Risk: How Rising Seas, Floods, and Wildfires Are Threatening the United States’ Most Cherished Historic Sites 2014
NO SURE FIX: Prospects for Reducing Nitrogen Fertilizer Pollution through Genetic Engineering 2009
The NRC and Nuclear Power Plant Safety in 2013: More Jekyll, Less Hyde 2014
Nuclear Loan Guarantees: Another Taxpayer Bailout Ahead? 2009
NUCLEAR POWER:: Still Not Viable without Subsidies 2011
NUCLEAR POWER IN A WARMING WORLD: Assessing the Risks, Addressing the Challenges 2007
An Open Letter on Clean Energy and Green Jobs from Michigan Scientists, Engineers, Economists, and Technical and Health Professionals 2012
OUT OF THE WOODS: A REALISTIC ROLE FOR TROPICAL FORESTS IN CURBING GLOBAL WARMING 2008
Overwhelming Risk: Rethinking Flood Insurance in a World of Rising Seas 2013
Planting for the Future: How Demand for Wood Products Could Be Friendly to Tropical Forests 2014
Playing with Fire: How Climate Change and Development Patterns Are Contributing to the Soaring Costs of Western Wildfires 2014
Plugging In Renewable Energy: GRADING THE STATES 2003
Points of Reference: Finding Common Ground among Reference Level Approaches to Move REDD+ Forward 2011
Power Failure: How Climate Change Puts Our Electricity at Risk—and What We Can Do 2014
POWERING AHEAD: A New Standard for Clean Energy and Stable Prices in California 2001
RAISING THE STEAKS: Global Warming and Pasture-Raised Beef Production in the United States 2011
Ramping Up Renewables 2013
Ripe for Retirement: The Case for Closing America’s Costliest Coal Plants 2012
Rising Temperatures, Worsening Ozone Pollution 2011
Rocky Mountain Forests at Risk: Confronting Climate-driven Impacts from Insects, Wildfires, Heat, and Drought 2014
The Root of the Problem: WHAT’S DRIVING TROPICAL DEFORESTATION TODAY? 2011
Science in an Age of Scrutiny: How Scientists Can Respond to Criticism and Personal Attacks 2014
Science or Spin?: Assessing the Accuracy of Cable News Coverage of Climate Science 2014
Small Isn’t Always Beautiful: Safety, Security, and Cost Concerns about Small Modular Reactors 2013
Smoke, Mirrors & Hot Air: How ExxonMobil Uses Big Tobacco’s Tactics to Manufacture Uncertainty on Climate Science 2007
Solar Power on the Rise: The Technologies and Policies behind a Booming Energy Sector 2014
Sugar-coating Science: How the Food Industry Misleads Consumers on Sugar 2014
Tapping into Wind Power 2011
TOWARD AN EVIDENCE-BASED FRACKING DEBATE: Science, Democracy, and Community Right to Know in Unconventional Oil and Gas Development 2013
Tricks of the Trade: How companies anonymously influence climate policy through their business and trade associations 2014
U.S. Nuclear Power after Fukushima: Common Sense Recommendations for Safety and Security 2011
U.S. Nuclear Power Safety One Year after Fukushima 2012
Water-Smart Power: STRENGTHENING THE U.S. ELECTRICITY SYSTEM IN A WARMING WORLD 2013
Where Your Gas Money Goes: How Oil Companies Profit from Your Pain at the Pump 2013