Since 1970, Americans have celebrated nature and honored the environment each year on April 22. Known as Earth Day, this holiday reminds us how remarkable yet fragile our planet is. Though the special day has always held profound symbolic significance among scientists, environmentalists, and the general public, this year, it is set to carry even more weight, as it has been selected as the date for the much anticipated March for Science.
Unhappy with the current administration’s approach to matters of science and the environment—most notably, its members’ denial of climate change and the potential threats posed to the livelihood of the Lees verder
Via:: Wetenschap, MET