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Scientists to take to the streets in global march for truth

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Scientists are coming out of the lab and onto the streets in response to the new administration’s actions. Photograph: Mario Jose Sanchez/AP Photo

March for Science on 22 April will see scientists and supporters at more than 500 locations stand up for evidence-based thinking

April 18, 2017 — Scientists and science supporters will take to the streets in a global March for Science on 22 April . What began as a small Facebook group in the US capital, Washington DC has Continue reading Scientists to take to the streets in global march for truth

Figuring out the Keys to Convincing People about Global Warming

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A commuter bus running on diesel fuel emits thick trail of pollutants in Jakarta. New research shows that when people understand that humans are causing global warming, they’re more likely to be concerned about the problem. Photograph: Romeo Gacad/AFP/Getty Images

Understanding the greenhouse effect, the expert consensus, and that humans are causing global warming are gateways to support for climate policies

May 5, 2016 — The latest survey data from Yale and George Mason universities underscores the partisan divide on climate science denial – 73% of Americans realize that global warming is happening, including 71% of liberal/moderate Republicans, but the average is Continue reading Figuring out the Keys to Convincing People about Global Warming