|THE DEBATE ON "THE SKEPTICAL ENVIRONMENTALIST"|
|LINKS TO ARTICLES ON THE DEBATE|
|SPECIAL ISSUE OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLICY|
are all five papers from the special issue in ESP, including an
article by Chris Harrison, editor at Cambridge University Press, along
with a comment on C. Harrison's "Peer review,
politics and pluralism" and another comment on
the articles by D. Sarewitz and
by R. Pielke. Both discussions were
published in ESP's April 2005 edition.
Pielke, Jr., R. A. and S. Rayner, 2004. Editors' Introduction, Environmental Science & Policy, volume 7, pp. 355-356.
(1) Harrison, C., 2004. Peer review, politics and pluralism, ESP, volume 7, pp. 357-368.
(2) Oreskes, N., 2004. Science and public policy: what's proof got to do with it?, ESP, volume 7, pp. 369-383.
Dougherty, P. J., 2005. Comment on "Peer review, politics and pluralism" by Chris Harrison, ESP, volume 8, pp. 191-193.
(4) Pielke, Jr., R. A., 2004. When scientists politicize science: making sense of controversy over The Skeptical Environmentalist, ESP, volume 7, pp. 405-417.
(5) Herrick, C. N., 2005. Objectivity versus narrative coherence: science, environmental policy, and the U.S. Data Quality Act, ESP, volume 7, pp. 419-433.
Lövbrand, E. and G. Öberg, 2005. Comment on ‘‘How science makes environmental controversies worse’’ by Daniel Sarewitz, and ‘‘When Scientists politicise science: making sense of the controversy over The Skeptical Environmentalist’’ by Roger A. Pielke Jr., ESP, volume 8, pp. 195-197.
Sarewitz, D. and R. A. Pielke, Jr., 2005. Response to Lövbrand and Öberg, ESP, volume 8, pp. 199-200.
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