Science Rising in Action

Here we share with you stories of successful Science Rising events and activities. Science advocacy is a growing movement, and there is a lot we can learn from each other about how best to make an impact on the issues we care about. How was an activity planned? What were the outcomes?  How did people …

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How international scientists can advocate, and how U.S. scientists can support them

By Gary McDowell In the current political climate in the United States, many scientists are looking to become more politically engaged or to advocate, whether it be marching for science (#ascbmarches), or contacting elected representatives and attending town halls. As someone here on a Green Card, and as someone who likes to actively engage and wants to advocate, …

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Reflections on “Making Government Work for All: A Workshop on Public Comment”

By Mary Fisher Our fourth floor room at the Seattle Public Library slowly cleared out at the insistence of the Library’s event space coordinator, reminding us that the building would be closing in only fifteen short minutes. Half of our workshop coordinators were still deep in discussion with the remaining attendees, while the other half of …

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