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Can March for Science participants advocate without losing the public's trust? - The Conversation US

What happens to their credibility when scientists take to the streets? February 2017 Stand Up for Science rally in Boston. Adam Salsman, CC BY-NC-ND. Can March for Science participants advocate without losing the public's trust? April 19, 2017 10.17am ...and more »

Scientific method - Isthmus

Earth Day is always special for Tia Nelson. Her father, the renowned environmentalist and former Gov. Gaylord Nelson, founded the holiday almost 50 years ago and helped launch a new wave of environmental activism. But this year, amid the rollbacks of ...and more »

Science strikes back: anti-Trump march set to draw thousands to Washington - The Guardian

Scientists are ditching their labs for the streets in a mass protest against the Trump administration's war on facts, but will the effort resonate with skeptics? The March for Science will inundate Washington DC with biologists, climate researchers and ...and more »

Scientists and Activists Look Beyond the March for Science - New York Times

Scientists and science advocates are expected to fill the streets of more than 500 cities across the world on Saturday in support of scientific research, which they feel has increasingly come under attack, especially during the Trump administration ...and more »

Saturday, Science Advocates Prepare for a Long March - Scientific American

Like many warriors, Shaye Wolf is ready to march. She says Pres. Donald Trump's administration is carrying out a “war on science” with proposed cuts in scientific research funding and appointments of climate change deniers to top positions. So Wolf ...and more »

March for science, march for Earth Day, march for humanity! - rabble.ca (blog)

Science isn't everything. But it is crucial to governing, decision-making, protecting human health and the environment and resolving questions and challenges around our existence. Those determined to advance industrial interests over all else often ...and more »

Earth Day, The Climate Agreement and March for Science - BillMoyers.com

On Earth Day people will be marching to protect the truth, protect science and protect our planet. By Kathleen Rogers | April 19, 2017. Earth Day, The Climate Agreement and March for Science. New York activist groups joined a national day of action to ...and more »

Support science by celebrating Earth Day - The News Journal

Saturday, April 22, marks the 37th Earth Day. Marches for science are being staged in Washington, D.C., and around the country, including one in Newark. Advocating for science on Earth Day makes eminent sense. After all, science first alerted ...and more »

Friends of Science Society Says Science March Focus on Diversity an Excellent Opportunity to Expose Climate ... - PR Web (press release)

Friends of Science Society says the Earth Day Science March, planned in many places around the world, is an excellent opportunity to expose climate change dogma and include a diversity of scientific research, especially on solar effects on climate ...and more »

Donald Trump Protests To Continue With March For Science, People's Climate March - The Inquisitr

Donald Trump protests are set to continue through the month of April in Washington, D.C., and other cities, following the April 15 Tax Day marches in which protesters demanded the release of Donald Trump's tax returns and the fighting in Berkeley on ...and more »