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Saturday, July 24, 2010

"Curious for Life" ad campaign showcases scientists as public servants

UCS "Curious for Life" Ad Campaign Showcases Scientists as Public Servants

For centuries science has made our world a better place. But recently, organized interests are attempting to turn science, especially climate science, into a political football. The Union of Concerned Scientists has launched a national advertising campaign to showcase the dedication and personal histories of scientists studying climate change. The campaign is a highly visible part of the organization's effort to shine a light on the scientific truth about human-caused global warming.
  Get Involved:
  • Speak up for climate science! Unfortunately, some media pundits are trying to stop progress by misrepresenting the facts. Tell Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. to get the facts right.
  • Scientists, are you interested in using your expertise to make a difference? Do you want to join thousands of other experts in efforts to spread the word about our changing climate and build a healthy environment and a safer world? Sign up today for the UCS Science Network.
  • UCS has launched a major initiative to strengthen the communication of climate science to the American public. You can help support our work by becoming a UCS member. For a $35 contribution you'll receive a copy of our book, The Consumer's Guide to Effective Environmental Choices.

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