EPA kept scientists from speaking about climate change at Rhode Island event
Scientists were expected to report that climate change is affecting air and water temperatures, precipitation, sea level and fish in New England’s largest estuary
The Environmental Protection Agency kept three scientists from speaking at a Rhode Island event about a report that deals in part with climate change.
The scientists were expected to discuss in Providence on Monday a report on the health of Narragansett Bay, New England’s largest estuary. The EPA did not explain exactly why the scientists were told not to.