People’s Climate March: “Science Not Silence”

April 28th, 2017 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized

The annual People’s Climate March will take place tomorrow (April 29th 2017) in Washington D.C. and various locations across the nation. It wraps up the week long Science marches and Earth Day rallies, but it continues an important topic of climate change and the relevance of science in today’s world.

Politics and science have butted heads. Science itself is not inherently a political activity but is now up for debate. Ironically science it’s self is running through the scientific method and is up for review on whether it’s fact or theory. No matter what side of the fence you are on, it’s important to realize the current changes that our planet is undergoing right before our eyes. The changes that we are able to see and feel like temperature shifts, melting ice caps, and abnormal weather is something that should not be ignored.

US Weather Insurance prevents companies and businesses from dishing out unnecessary expenses if inclement weather strikes. However, we can’t prevent inclement weather itself. No one can prevent it, we can only analyze it, which is a job made for science. By doing the proper research to find the causes, we can prevent climatic catastrophic weather events from occurring.

To join the Peoples Climate Movement this April 29th in Washington, D.C. and across the country and to stand up for our communities and climate visit https://peoplesclimate.org/ to join! We will leave you with a short video by astrophysicist, author, and science communicator, Neil deGrasse Tyson on his views of ‘Science in America.’

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