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On Saturday, 22 April – Earth Day – scientists and science enthusiasts around the world came out in their thousands and tens of thousands for the March for Science, a “celebration of science” in the face of “an alarming trend toward discrediting scientific consensus and restricting scientific discovery”.
More than 600 marches were held on all seven continents, from Washington to Sydney and from Svalbard to Antarctica.