February 7, 2017
Others are uncertain about the value of a march entirely. The challenge facing scientists, they say, is not the Trump administration's science policy, which has yet to be fully articulated. It's the mistrust that many Americans feel toward scientists and scientific knowledge.
"The most important thing I've learned ... is that facts are not enough," Katharine Hayhoe, an associate professor of political science at Texas Tech University and co-author of "A Climate for Change," previously told the Monitor. "We need to connect to people's hearts."
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