By Devin Henry, The Hill, 4/21/17
Scientists and climate activists opposed to the Trump administration are bringing their message to the streets of Washington.
Two marches in D.C. this month will bring out scientists and other protesters who say the Trump administration’s policies sideline science’s role in public policy, undermining the science on climate change and other issues.
Organizers will host the March for Science on the National Mall on Saturday, followed by the People’s Climate March the week after.
President Trump is the unifying factor for both marches, both in how they came together and what messages they’ll promote.
“I think it’s fair to say that this administration catalyzed the happening of this march, there’s no doubt about that,” said Lydia Villa-Komaroff, a national co-chairwoman of the March for Science who will speak at the Saturday event….
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