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Adventures In Wildlife Infrastructure

While developing artificial means to help wildlife do what they need to do has been a thing for a while (see fish ladders in dams), there are two current projects that strike me as something new. 240 more words

Government

Commissioner Moedas Wants A Funding Council For Innovation

As part of a conference on the European Research Area (ERA), Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation Carlos Moedas gave a speech (H/T Science… 270 more words

Science Policy: General

My Comments On The Next National Action Plan For Open Government

Earlier this month I noted that the White House is seeking input on its third iteration of the National Action Plan for Open Government.  You can submit comments via email or on a… 289 more words

Science Policy: General

U.S. Government Ramping Up To Open Government National Action Plan Version 3.0

The White House posted this call for input on the third iteration of its National Action Plan for Open Government.  Version 1.0 came out in 2011, and… 178 more words

Government

Energy Technology Perspectives 2015

International Energy Agency (This fee-based report is available RFFers through OECD iLibrary; if prompted for a username/password, see the library’s passwords page.)
http://bit.ly/1PMyIcM

As climate negotiators work towards a deal that would limit the increase in global temperatures, interest is growing in the essential role technology innovation can and must play in enabling the transition to a low-carbon energy system. 196 more words

Energy And Climate

online citizen accounts

The idea of an online government account where we can see everything in one place has been kicking around since the late 1990s and the “me.gov” all-in-one portal. 4,104 more words

Technology Policy