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White House’s Proposed Cuts to NOAA Will Undermine Science and Weather Forecasting Vital for Businesses, Military and States

Submitted by on March 6, 2017 – 5:51 pmNo Comment

(Union of Concerned Scientists)   According to news reports, the Trump administration is seeking a 17 percent budget cut for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, one of the country’s premier scientific institutions, whose research is vital for our economy and national security. The proposed cuts would slash funding for satellite programs, which provide data that underpin the vast majority of weather reports nationwide, and that are recognized by scientists everywhere as the gold standard. They also eliminate funding for programs including Sea Grant, which enables universities to conduct research that helps states prepare for coastal flooding. All these priorities enjoy broad bipartisan support, which is why the cuts will face opposition from Congress.

For more information, read related blog post by UCS Senior Climate Scientist Brenda Ekwurzel, Two Surprising Facts About NOAA.    READ MORE and MORE (Climate Central)

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