Coming in just a few hours: reports on
#sciencemarch in Korea, Europe, North & South America. Science’s live blog:
The listing page for March for Science Satellite Marches with more information about where to meet up and the events happening today, April 22, 2017 near where you live –
The Philippines joins
#GlobalScienceMarch to promote science & technology for the benefit of the Filipino people: https://www.facebook.com/events/1370365819682440/ …
科学者も反トランプで行進！ Women’s Marchの次は「March for Science」！: トランプ政権発足から1週間、危機感すごいです。… http://j.mp/2kAVozf GIZMODE JAPAN
Translate from Japanese
今天是地球日 – 这是个一年一度的环境庆祝活动，并且是花时间来评估保护我们星球天然礼物所需努力的时候。今年的地球日主题是“环境与气候素养”，世界各地都将庆祝这一主题。了解详情，请访问（英文）：
Today is Earth Day-this is an annual celebration of the environment and take the time to assess the efforts needed to protect the natural gifts of our planet. Earth Day theme this year is “environment and climate literacy”, all over the world will be celebrating this theme. For more information, please visit (in English):
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#MarchForScience in Brisbane Today. A Huge Crowd Gathered! Stay Tuned, We’ll Share More Including Today’s Talks!**
New Zealand is marching for science too! Get on board!
#ScienceMarch @ScienceMarchhttp://sciblogs.co.nz/guestwork/2017/03/28/march-science-nz-march/ … #science #feedly
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The ‘war on science’ doesn’t just hurt scientists. It hurts everyone.
Hundreds of thousands of people will march for science this weekend in cities around the world in what is arguably the largest scientific event in history. This March for Science is a direct response to recent attacks on our scientific institutions — on climate and environmental science in particular (including many of the scientists who do this work) and even on the value of evidence-based decision-making by our elected officials.
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These discussions are necessary because the “war on science” is, for the most part, really a war on public science — that is, science for everyone. Today, the majority of scientific research in the United States is publicly funded, administered through the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, the Environmental Protection Agency, NASA and other agencies. Much of this research takes place in state and federal institutions, including universities and national laboratories. This taxpayer-funded science has a mandate to support the national interest. It is science of, by and for the people.
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