Earth Day, April 22, saw one of many of the marches on Washington, D.C. that 2017 has produced: The March for Science.
A march is a shout, a “Hey, over here, you need to hear this” one-time event. It is not a conversation. It really isn’t even action. It’s a start that requires follow up.
But how do you follow up a massive, organized march that happened across the globe? Consider following it up with little things, at every opportunity:
First, say “yes” to opportunities to be an ambassador for science. Continue reading