Center for Science and Technology Policy Research Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences University of Colorado at Boulder University of Colorado at Boulder

Current Edition
  • No 27, Spring 2010
    Reflections of a Former Graduate Student by Nat Logar
    Life After CSTPR by Shep Ryen
    Research Highlight: Science Policy for Decision Making
Previous Editions
  • No 26, Fall 2009
    Emergency Use Only: Geo-engineering to Reduce Global Warming by William Travis
    Research Highlight Discursive Stability Meets Climate Instability: A Critical Exploration of the Concept of ‘Climate Stabilization’ in Contemporary Climate Policy by Max Boykoff
  • No 25, Summer 2009
    A Brief Report from a Workshop on Science Policy Research and Science Policy Decisions by Roger Pielke, Jr.
    Research Highlight "Climate Change Metrics and Their Uncertainty" by Ursula Rick
  • No 24, Winter/Spring 2009
    Air capture: The latest distraction? by Paul Komor
  • No 23, Fall 2008
    An Interview with the New CSTPR Director, Bill Travis
  • No 22, Summer 2008
    A caution to policy makers: Climate models fail key tests for accuracy by Tom Chase
    responses by Kevin Trenberth, Mike Hulme and Roger Pielke, Jr.
  • No 21, Winter 2008
    Something to Talk About: Rethinking Communication and Climate Change by Lisa Dilling
    Research Highlight "The Ecology of Organizations in Greater Yellowstone" by David Cherney
  • No 20, Fall 2007
    Mother Gruesome’s Nursery by Benjamin Hale
    Research Highlight "The Influence of Climate Change on the Functioning of Water Rights"
  • No 19, Summer 2007
    Can a concept (World Heritage Status) Save a Sea (the Aral Sea)? by Mickey Glantz
    Research hHghlight "Research for benefit in federally funded mission agencies" by Nat Logar
  • No 18, Winter/Spring 2007
    Apocalypse Soon: Climate Change, the End of Oil, and the Perils of Limiting Choices by Frank Laird
    Rresearch Highlight "Massachusetts v. EPA: Who Should Run the Greenhouse?" by Marilyn Averill
  • No 17, Fall/Winter 2006
    Arbitrary Impacts and Unknown Futures: The shortcomings of climate impact models by Ryan Meyer
    Research Highlight "The Challenges Facing Homeland Security S&T" by Shali Mohleji
  • No 16, Summer/Fall 2006
    Transitions by Kevin Vranes
    Research Highlight, "Co-producing useful information for climate policy: Informing science policy research for improved decision-support" by Elizabeth McNie
  • No 15, Spring 2006
    Reproductive medicine, politics and religion in Italy: Reflections on the 2005 referendum by Gilberto Corbellini
    Visiting Scientist Perspective by Melanie Roberts
  • No 14, Winter 2006
    Science Policy: The year ahead
    By David Goldston
  • No 13, Fall 2005
    Katrina, Acts of God, and Acts of People
    Roger Kennedy
  • No 12, July 2005
    Science Policy:  The Victim of Partisan Politics
    By Robert Palmer
  • No 11, April 2005
    Of Mice and Men: The Endangered Species Act and Preble’s Meadow Jumping Mouse
    By Anne Ruggles
  • No 10, January 2005
    Science, Genetically Modified Foods, and the Rumsfeld Doctrine
    By Michael Rodemeyer
  • Number 9, September 2004
    Addressing the Under-representation of Women in the Sciences
    By Patricia Rankin
  • Number 8, May 2004
    The Cherry Pick
    By Roger Pielke, Jr.
  • Number 7, January 2004
    Governmental Responses to Cybersecurity Breaches
    By Phil Weiser and Douglas C. Sicker
  • Number 6, October 2003
    Good for the Goose
    By Roger A. Pielke, Jr.
    Response to Clark and Pulwarty’s “Devising Resilient Responses to Potential Climate Change Impacts”
    By Suraje Dessai
  • Number 5, May 2003
    Devising Resilient Responses to Potential Climate Change Impacts
    By Martyn Clark and Roger Pulwarty
    With response by Rob Wilby
  • Number 4, January 2003
    Humanities for Policy—and a Policy for the Humanities
    By Robert Frodeman and Carl Mitcham
    With response by Malcolm Richardson
  • Number 3, October 2002
    Thoughts on Catastrophic Terrorism in America by Lewis M. Branscomb with response by Eugene Skolnikoff
  • Number 2, May 2002
    The Data Quality Act: A New Tool for Ensuring Clarity at the Interface of Science and Policymaking by Jim J. Tozzi with response by Chuck Herrick.
  • Number 1, January 2002
    Comments on Improving Science and Technology Advice for Congress by Radford Byerly with response by M. Granger Morgan.