Whether you’re an early career scientist, part of a science advocacy group on campus, or a more experienced scientist, the Science Network is here to help train and support experts as they advocate and engage with their communities.
Counterfeiting science. Manufacturing uncertainty. Buying credibility. These are some of the tricks that unscrupulous businesses employ to evade responsibility for the harm caused by their products or practices.
Our running list of attacks on science—disappearing data, silenced scientists, and other assaults on scientific integrity and science-based policy—provides a representative sample of threats to the federal scientific enterprise.
Abundant, healthy food that's affordable for everyone. Fair wages and working conditions for food and farm workers. Farmland and surrounding landscapes preserved for future generations. That's the food system we need, but not the food system we have.