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Join our efforts to tackle global warming emissions and help communities prepare for the consequences of climate change.
Science & Democracy
Help us strengthen American democracy by advancing the essential role of science in government, corporate, and personal decision making.
We can shift agricultural investments away from junk food ingredients and polluting farming systems, and toward healthy food and farms.
You can help make the world less dangerous by joining our efforts to lessen the number of nuclear weapons on hair-trigger alert.
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Calling all scientists, engineers, health professionals, and economists: use your expertise, knowledge, and dedication to build a healthy environment and safer world.
The UCS Science Network
As a scientist or technical expert, you have vital skills and knowledge that can help your community, our nation, and the world grapple with pressing and complex challenges.
Join the UCS Science Network, a continuously growing community of more than 17,000 experts who play a critical role in advancing science-based solutions to some of our most pressing problems. As a network member, you can influence key policy makers, attend workshops to improve your communications and advocacy skills, watchdog attacks on science, collaborate with UCS staff and other Science Network members, and much more!
Join the Network
The UCS Science Network is intended for experts in science-based fields, engineers, health professionals, and economists with or working towards an advanced degree.
Become one of the thousands of experts who are helping UCS make a difference!
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