SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
Spin Doctors Have Shaped the Environmental Debate for Decades
by Melissa Aronczyk
E. Bruce Harrison shifted American business's response to the environmental movement from a posture of denial and refusal to one of strategic compromise that elevated industry's scientists to an authoritative position which has kept a brake on green reforms and regulation.
Science, Politics, And The Coronavirus: "A Tragedy of Denial"
An interview with science historian Naomi Oreskes on the impact of the coronavirus on the relationship between science and politics.
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