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

As the March for Science nears, questions about whether scientists can and should advocate for public policy become more important. On one hand, scientists have relevant expertise to contribute to conversations about public policy. And in the abstract ...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? Oliver Milman in New York. @olliemilman. Tue 18 Apr 2017 06.00 EDT Last modified on Wed 14 ...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

The Washington, D.C., protest needs to kick off a sustained effort to guide politics with sound research, organizers say. By Peter Urban on April 19, 2017. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share on Reddit. Email. Print. Share via. Google+; Stumble ...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 »

Earth Day March for Science and Climate 2017 - The Rock River Times

By Don Miller Contributor. The first Earth Day was held on April 22, 1970, it was celebrated in a variety of ways by diverse groups of people with over 20 million Americans estimated participating. Saturday, April 22 is the 47th anniversary of the ...and more »

David Suzuki: Why We Must March for Science - EcoWatch

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 - Common Dreams

It's no coincidence that Earth Day, the first anniversary of the signing of the climate agreement and the March for Science are all taking place on the same day, April 22. It is the people's day. It has been the people's day since 1970, when Sen ...and more »

Guide to Portland's March for Science Saturday, expected to be thousands strong - KATU

Saturday morning, a planned march will make its way through the streets of downtown Portland in the name of science. "The March for Science is the first step of a global movement to defend the vital role science plays in our health, safety, economies ...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 »