Signs at the March for Science – Earth Day April 22, 2017

On Earth Day April 22, 2017 thousands of people marched in cities around the world for science, from the Washington, D.C. main March for Science to 600 satellite marches that reached all seven continents and even in remote locations like scientists at Neumeyer Station, a German research outpost in Antarctica, tweeting their solidarity. Here are great signs from Saturday’s March for Science. (Feat. photo: Kumar Garg).

Here Are Some of the Best Signs From the March for Science

As Bill Nye lead thousands in the March for Science in the Washington D.C. march – “Science is political, but it’s not partisan. Science serves all of us. Together, dare I say it? Save the world. Lets March!” – Bill Nye, March for Science, April 22, 2017.

“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 governments.”

Connect with the March on the web at marchforscience.com.

Core Principles

  • Science that serves the common good
  • Evidence-based policy and regulations in the public interest
  • Cutting-edge science education
  • Diversity and Inclusion in STEM
  • Open, honest science and inclusive public outreach
  • Funding for scientific research and its applications

Goals for the March

  • Humanize science
  • Partner with the public
  • Advocate for open, inclusive, and accessible science
  • Support scientists
  • Affirm science as a democratic value
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