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March for Science
Championing science for the common good.
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“There’s a critical need for long-term—years to decades—monitoring for potential contamination of drinking water resources not only from fracking, but also from conventional oil and gas production...”
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"...scientists have found that back-to-back bad snow years are likely to become much more frequent in the not-too-distant future, according to work published in August in Geophysical Research Letters."
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"Two days into her transatlantic voyage aboard a hyper-efficient sailing yacht, 16-year-old activist Greta Thunberg is already weathering rough seas — and a deluge of online attacks."
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"The youth movement’s members are brave, and they are right ... It has been 31 years since the IPCC was created to advise decision makers. Yet environmental promises have not been matched by meaningful action."
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"On 13 August, a coalition of states and cities sued the Trump administration over new regulations on power plants that would weaken emissions restrictions proposed by the Obama administration."
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March for Science Aug 17
ARTICLE: "Food insecurity, or uncertain access to food because of limited financial resources, is associated with higher expenditures. However, both prevalence and health care spending vary widely in the United States."
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March for Science Aug 17
"Overall, the rate of gun homicide is 25 times higher in the U.S. than in other high-income countries — for comparison, the rate of U.S. homicides due to causes other than firearms is only 2.7 times higher."
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NOAA Aug 15
JUST IN: July 2019 now ranks #1 as the warmest month on record, according to the monthly Global Climate Report from
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March for Science Aug 17
"Much of the planet sweltered in unprecedented heat in , as temperatures soared to new heights in the hottest month ever recorded. The record warmth also shrank Arctic and Antarctic sea ice to historic lows."
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March for Science Aug 16
"More than just a pretty view, wetlands are a pivotal part of the natural system, providing tremendous benefits for coastal communities."
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Greta Thunberg Aug 16
School strike week 52. Pos 47 degrees 17 minutes north and 13 degrees 17 minutes west
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March for Science Aug 15
"These results demonstrate why scientists should increasingly exert their authority in scientific and public discourse, & why professional journalists and editors should adjust the disproportionate attention given to contrarians."
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March for Science Aug 15
Great report from the which was held in over 70 cities around the country last week.
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March for Science Aug 15
“We often assume that all undergraduate experiences are positive for students, but this study shows that this is not the case...”
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Lucky Tran Aug 15
Tobacco companies got away with attacking solid science for their own profit at the expense of everyone's health. And now fossil fuel companies are doing exactly the same thing. We need a .
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March for Science Aug 15
“There’s a qualitative arms race going on ... There’s a whole new class of strategic weapons that the U.S., Russia and China are working on that are not subject to any arms control treaties,” Samore tells TIME."
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March for Science Aug 15
"By moving beyond the surface level and literally digging deep, scientists at the University of California - Davis found that is a key to storing carbon in semi-arid cropland soils, a strategy for offsetting CO2 emissions."
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Atul Gawande Aug 14
Incredible. A cure for multi drug resistant TB.
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March for Science Aug 14
"As the continues to warm, the prospect of increasingly humid heat waves will increase. That will make heat indexes worse."
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