Science Advisor William Happer to Leave National Security Council
Science Advisor William Happer to Leave National Security Council
An outspoken critic of the scientific consensus on anthropogenic climate change, Happer is returning to academia after a year in his White House role.
Science Advisor William Happer to Leave National Security Council
Science Advisor William Happer to Leave National Security Council

An outspoken critic of the scientific consensus on anthropogenic climate change, Happer is returning to academia after a year in his White House role.

An outspoken critic of the scientific consensus on anthropogenic climate change, Happer is returning to academia after a year in his White House role.

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