More Than 200 Cities Around The Globe Held "March For Science" Rallies

More Than 200 Cities Around The Globe Held

Participation in March for Science rallies in Germany was lower than expected.

About 5,000 people were expected to attend the Washington D.C. March for Science on Saturday, with thousands of others attending similar marches in cities around the country, the Washington Post reported.

According to the non-partisan March for Science organization, the main event was set to take place in Washington, while more than 230 satellite events were scheduled around the world in different forms, be they marches, rallies or science exhibitions.

The event was about supporting science on all platforms for all people. Making sure that the education system does not impart ideas that contradict scientific evidence and to enact policies based on scientific evidence was also a part of their demands.

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She says thanks to the federal government's multibillion-dollar investment into scientific research across Canada, it's the flawless time to celebrate the investment while also asking for more support to tackle big problems such as climate change and increase the number of jobs in the scientific community.

"We can not make decisions unless we know the truth and we know the facts".

"The underfunding of science in the public sector is a very serious concern", said Gail Stevens, a member of Climate Justice Saskatoon. Education should not be limited to scientists, she said. "Also to help with the communication of facts and research to help educate people that may not have the resources they need to understand science and its impact on everyone". In the crowd as well as onstage, the message was mostly, "Listen to the scientists".

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