“Let Science Set the Facts,” reads WHRC board member Thomas Lovejoy’s op-ed in the New York Times. “It is time to restore the role of science to a respected place and reserve debate for understanding the implications of scientific results, and therefore appropriate policy to address the challenges and opportunities revealed by science. Not to do so would be tantamount to a toreador turning his back on a raging bull.”
The New York Times article is available here: Let Science Set the Facts
Thomas Lovejoy is professor of science and public policy at George Mason University and biodiversity chairman at the H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics and the Environment.