The recent accusations of misuse of funds and corruption are unacceptable, but Pruitt should have been removed from his role when he removed key science advisors and replaced them with industry representatives. Or when he proposed shuttering the National Council for Environmental Research. Or when he rolled back regulations protecting us. Or when he questioned the scientific consensus on climate change. Tell your elected officials that Pruitt has got to go.
We stand together as a diverse, interdisciplinary group of scientists and principals, firefighters and community organizers to defend science against censorship and intimidation.
Tell Scott Pruitt to do his job and give the EPA the funding and infrastructure it needs to protect our health and environment.
Science classrooms should promote learning science the way it is practiced and experienced in the real world by real scientists and engineers - engaging students in not only finding answers to questions, but also understanding the process they go through to get to the answer.
Contact your representative today and tell them that we need evidence based policy to combat the gun violence epidemic – and that they need to fund the research we need to craft it.
In 2018, we join together as science advocates to ask that President Trump prioritize appointing individuals with the appropriate level of science training and experience to critical science roles in our government.
Contact your representatives in Congress and ask them to craft and pass Telecom legislation that will enforce Net Neutrality, and protect the freedom of information on the internet.
Contact your governor, Congressional representatives, and leaders at the Department of the Interior and USDA to ask them to support science-based fire management policy!
Tell your governor to use VW's settlement funds for electric school buses.
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