|2019-03-11||NSF Budget Cuts Proposed for FY20||Federal, NSF||Budget Cuts||Climate, Other||
The Trump administration’s FY2020 budget proposed to cut funding for the National Science Foundation (NSF) by 9% (compared to FY2019 levels).
|2018-06-20||Senators Request Review of NSF Grants||Congress, Federal, NSF||Research Hindrance||Climate||
Four Republican Senators requested that the Inspector General of the National Science Foundation (NSF) commence a review of its grant-making process. The Senators allege that NSF has issued several grants in violation of federal law, including one supporting a program intended to educate meteorologists about climate change.
|2018-02-12||NSF Program Cuts Proposed for FY19||Federal, NSF||Budget Cuts||Climate, Other||
The Trump administration’s FY2019 budget proposes cuts to a number of National Science Foundation (NSF) programs, including a 56% reduction in the NSF account that supports the construction of research platforms and the acquisition of scientific instruments.
|2017-12||“Climate Change” Omitted from NSF Funding Applications||Federal, NSF||Self-Censorship||Climate||
The National Science Foundation (NSF) funded 40% fewer grants containing the words “climate change” in 2017, compared to 2016, with scientists apparently engaging in “self-censorship” and using alternative terms (e.g., “extreme weather”).
|2017-05-23||NSF’s FY18 Budget Cut by Trump Administration||Federal, NSF||Budget Cuts||Climate, Other||
The Trump administration’s FY2018 budget proposed a 10% cut funding in for the National Science Foundation (NSF)’s climate and environmental research programs. This is expected to lead to 800 fewer awards to universities and other institution in 2018 compared to 2017.