Federal Lab Refuses To Reveal Who Manipulated Environmental Data For Two Decades
Sally Jewell speaks at the Fortune Brainstorm Commie Green conference in Laguna Niguel, California
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) officials refuse to reveal who, if
anyone, has been punished for nearly two decades of “disturbing” data
Someone in the inorganic section of a USGS lab in Lakewood, Colorado
manipulated data – some of which related to the environment – from 1996
to 2014, with “serious and far ranging” effects, the Department of the
Interior (DOI) Inspector General (IG) recently reported.
The Energy Resources Program lab closed March 1, 2016 as a result of
the bad data, but now agency officials won’t say who’s been punished or
even if anybody has or will be.