Tag: ethics

Natl. Pollinator Week: a perplexing question

So, this week is National Pollinator Week, and there are lots of neato resources available for free online via the Pollinator Partnership. That’s great. But here is something that I have a great deal of […]

Endangered Species Bug Bust in Michigan

I have discussed the CITES treaty before, and also dealing in endangered species. A local Michigan man just ran afoul of both: Kevin Rucinski of Roscommon County’s Gerrish Township was sentenced Thursday as part of […]

Ethics of copying unpublished data

You might remember that some time ago I expressed some concern about whether or not I should report on the papers given at the Entomological Society Annual Meeting.  The other ESA (Ecological Society of America) […]