Why Was The March for Science Necessary?

Second Thought

Published on Apr 25, 2017

Why Was The March for Science Necessary? – Second Thought
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Welcome to the very first of the Second Thought Current Events series! You’ve probably heard about the March for Science, but here are some details in case you missed them. Why was it necessary? What’s at stake? Watch to find out what the March for Science was all about!

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March for Science Press Conference – 10, April 2017

American Geophysical Union (AGU)

Published on Apr 12, 2017

10 April, 2017
March for Science Press Conference
National Press Club, Washington, DC

Moderator – Rod Kuckro, Reporter, E&E News
Caroline Weinberg, National Co-Chair, March for Science
Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, Co-Director of Partnerships, March for Science
Christine McEntee, Executive Director and CEO, American Geophysical Union
Kristian Aloma, Director, March for Science Chicago
By Phone: Claudio Paganini, Organizer, March for Science Berlin

Today, international organizers of the world’s first-ever March for Science set the stage for the flagship event in Washington, DC, co-organized by the Earth Day Network, as well as the more than 400 coordinated events happening across the world on April 22. The event will be the first step in the global movement to defend the vital role science plays in everyday life, including in health, safety, economies, and governments.
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Scientists: Why We March


Published on Mar 27, 2017

#MarchforScience coming in April 2017. Scientists will not step back while war has been declared on the Planet’s Life Support System.

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