A Global Network of Animal Health Professionals Concerned About Climate Change and the Environment
The March for Science demonstrates our passion for science and sounds a call to support and safeguard the scientific community.
On this coming Earth Day, April 22, 2017; scientists and supporters of science around the world will take to the streets and demand to be heard. The antiscience movement is a serious problem for climate change, but it's a problem in so many other ways too.
"The March for Science is an international movement, led by organizers distributed around the globe. This movement is taking place because of the simultaneous realization by thousands of people who value science in their lives that staying silent is no longer an option. There are marches being planned across the United States and internationally."
I'm helping to organize a #marchforscience in Port Macquarie, NSW. I'd encourage other ClimateVets to see if there's a March on near you, and turn out if you can. If you haven't gone on a march or other protest before, I expect this will be a relatively easy, fun and non-scary one.
Hi, my name is Angela. I'm a biologist, veterinary oncologist, mother, small business owner and climate advocate.