On Saturday, people will march through downtown Concord , part of a nationwide demonstration called March for Science . Organizers say the marches are nonpartisan, but many taking part cite concerns over the Trump administration’s uncertain position toward climate science, as well as proposed budget cuts. It’s raising questions about whether scientists should get involved in what could be perceived as a political event. Erich Osterberg is an assistant professor in the Department of Earth Science at Dartmouth College, and he's speaking at the Concord event. He joined NHPR's Morning Edition. This is your first time taking part in this kind of organized march. Can you talk to me about what went into your decision to get involved? For me, this is really...
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Dartmouth Professor to Speak Out at Concord March For Science