The day's events will also emphasize the importance of science to Rochester's economy and environment, and will highlight science-related careers in the region, says Nicole Raisanen, a member of Rochester March for Science's board. Far fewer came out to support science today (April 14) than last year's estimated 100,000 attendees.
Scientists, academicians and professors were among the participants in the "March for Science" to promote scientific temper. Marching in Cologne, science journalist Ranga Yogeshwar chanted, "Fight fear with the facts".
"Good science depends on good democracy". "Bookshops and libraries have been closed or turned into fast food restaurants", she said.
"I was at the women's march there were thousands and thousands of people here".
Some of the signs hoisted by marchers Saturday conveyed messages such as "Make Science, Not War", "Trust the Scientific Method - Not Politicians" and "No Science, No Beer". "We must all work together so that Croatia can move forward", speakers at the event said, calling on the government to secure funding for reforms.
Many Trump supporters, who did not appear to attend the march in great numbers, credit the president for reining in wasteful spending and confronting what they see as a biased media landscape.
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Ahead of the march, a seminar will be organized at IEI hall at 9.30am.
"We really want lasting change".
Christian said he is not anxious that the event next month could get overlooked amid the March for Science, the March for Our Lives anti-gun violence demonstrations in April and the Women's March in January.
The second March for Science was organised here on Saturday at the Elliot's Beach, with over 200 persons participating.
Among the Split marchers for science were leaders of the Pametno party and the local Social Democratic Party branch. Around 400 people walked from Nehru Planetarium, Worli to Haji Ali, holding placards with messages that read, "Defend Science, Don't De-fund Science". "It's hard to know whether the march is turning anything around with respect to the concerns that scientists have about scientific advisory councils or appointed science advisors or evidence-based policymaking", he says. "I think the repercussions are going to be huge".