Union of Concerned Scientists: New ways to stop attacks on science in 2018

This past year, thousands of UCS supporters like you rallied in the face of unprecedented threats to our public health and safety, our climate, and the role of science in our democracy. Time and time again, you have shown up to defend science. And while in many cases—thanks to your work—we have helped defeat major threats to science and science-based policies, we know that in 2018 this administration and Congress will continue to relentlessly attack science.

That's why, in 2018 we're making it even easier for you to get the latest news about attacks on science and we’ll be offering new opportunities to fight back and trainings to ensure your actions are as impactful as possible. 

  • Sign up to receive UCS text messages directly to your phone! We’ll message you once or twice a month with the most urgent information and opportunities to get involved. Make sure you never miss out on important ways you can fight back against attacks on science—Sign up today!
     
  • Sign up to be a Science Champion to fight back against attacks on science, public health, and the environment. The new year will demand that people across the country continue to step up and take real and meaningful actions to affect change. Science Champions are leaders in this fight—they are ready to make their voices heard. Whether it’s engaging with their local community and media, flooding Congress with calls, or meeting directly with members of Congress, we’ll give you all the tools you need to make a difference. As a Science Champion, you will receive exclusive invitations to calls with our top scientists and experts at critical moments, learn about the most effective tactics for fighting back, and join the resistance to the Trump administration's relentless attacks on science. Sign up today to learn more and get started!

Thanks to you, we are a far stronger movement than we have ever been. I look forward to continuing to fight with you in 2018 to defend science, public health and safety, and our environment.

Sincerely,

Katy Love
Online Engagement Manager