The most notable statement of the Trump Campaign so far was from space policy adviser Robert Walker, where he quoted that the president-elect assumes slashes, if not an absolute stop, to new environmentalscience exploration at NASA while science is considered. Mr. Trump’s decision will be based on solid science, not politicized science he recently revealed. A former congressman and chairman of the House Committee on Technology, Science and Space also denoted to NASA’s earth science program as something that is politically correct environmental monitoring. It will supposedly emphasis on “deep space achievements,” which he deceptively deems not PC, and move NASA’s earth science missions to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration he requested that under the new administration. Donald Trump’s transition team has already issued a list of 74 questions for the Energy Department that asks the officials to identify which contractors and employees have operated on forging an international climate pact as well as domestic efforts to cut the nation’s carbon output.
These surveys allegedly desire for a list of thatpersonnel who have been aggressivelycontributing in various international climate talks over the past five years and “which programs inside DOE are vital to meeting the objectives of President Obama’s Climate Action Plan.”