- If you care about the truth.
- If you think facts shouldn’t be a partisan issue.
- If you are a Republican, Democrat, or Independent who understands the facts of climate change and consider it an obligation to protect the current and future generations from a flooded, polluted, unbreathable planet.
- If you are concerned with the regressive policies of the current administration concerning climate change.
- If you care about the United States keeping its commitment in the Paris Agreement.
- If you care about America progressing into a sustainable future rather than clinging onto a past that does us all more harm than good.
This march is happening on Earth Day, April 22nd, in Washington D.C. and satellite events around the world. If you’ve never been to a protest, make sure you wear comfortable shoes and take plenty of pictures (share them with me!). The marches/protests I’ve been to (a grand total of 2 haha) have been peaceful and well-organized. I encourage you to attend if this is an issue you care about.
As a side note: your faith does not have to hinder your acceptance of science. This is one of my favorite quotes on science and faith:
“My love for science doesn’t preclude my faith. For me, science is another language we use to talk about the same miracles faith talks about.” — Kala Dandekar
Thanks for reading 🙂