Bay Area Scientist Admits Lying to Get Heartland Documents
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The scientific community is reeling today from a confession by prominent Bay Area water expert Peter Gleick that he used a false identity to obtain confidential documents from a conservative research group. Gleick, co-founder and president of the Oakland-based Pacific Institute, called his actions "a serious lapse of [his] professional judgment and ethics."
Host Mina Kim talks with Craig Miller, senior editor of KQED's Climate Watch project.
- Resignation and Remorse: Gleick Faces Fallout from Heartland Documents Leak: from KQED's Climate Watch blog