Now more than ever, we must demonstrate the importance of science to policymakers and the public.
Here you can stay up-to-date on the issues, understand the role that science plays in policy, follow AAAS advocacy activities, and learn about ways to take action.
Share your story with your local officials about how your passion for science, hope for the future, and/or concerns tie back to your community.
Stories are powerful persuasive mechanisms. What compelled you to attend a March for Science?
Thousands of science enthusiasts braved a driving rain on Saturday to participate in the March for Science in Washington, D.C., joining crowds at hundreds of other satellite events across the globe to celebrate what the head of the American Association for the Advancement of Science called “civilization’s best friend.”
Watch all the #AAASLive chats. Topics include Messaging for the March, Engaging Congress, Understanding the Science Policy Landscape, What the President's Budget Request Means for Science, Communicating Science and a Q/A with AAAS CEO Rush Holt.