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Union of Concerned Scientists
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Rigorous, independent science working to solve our planet's most pressing problems
Rigorous, independent science working to solve our planet's most pressing problems

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Withdrawing from the Paris Agreement does not represent the will of the American people—and you can do something about it:

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Today at 3pmET UCS Director of Government Affairs, Rob Cowin, is live on Facebook taking your questions about the budget, what it means for science, and what you can do: 

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Dr. Vincent Intondi, director of the Institute for Race, Justice, and Community Engagement at Montgomery College, talks about the forgotten history of African Americans against the nuclear bomb and the connections between the fight against nuclear weapons and racial equality: 

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The week of action is underway! See how you can get involved (and join us on Saturday for the People's Climate March): 

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Episode 4 is live! We got the opportunity to interview Dr. Robert Bullard, father of the environmental justice movement, to discuss his past, new fights, and the role of scientists in solving environmental racism: 

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To change everything, we need everyone. We’re a month out from the People's Climate March on April 29! Join us as we stand together during this time of attack on our climate, jobs and communities: 

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Will you join us and #StandUpForScience? Find out how you can get involved: 

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Get your science on with our new podcast!. Our hosts take on technology, attacks on science, climate change, and more. Check out Episode 1 and a special bonus episode below: 

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2016 may have been the year of "post-truth", but that hasn't stopped people from pushing back against lies and standing up for facts:

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"We will find ways to make progress on the issues that matter and, as always, we will rely heavily on the vital support of our more than 500,000 members and supporters to work for a healthier planet and a safer world."
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