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Join UCS for a healthy environment and a safer world A Scientist's Guide to Talking With the Media

When you become a member of the Union of Concerned Scientists, you are joining tens of thousands of like-minded citizens committed to finding science-based solutions to some of the most challenging environmental and global security problems of our time.

As a young scientist, you can take advantage of our special Student Membership Rate of only $15. Or, give $25 or more today and receive a complimentary copy of our book A Scientists Guide To Talking With the Media.

Your tax-deductible gift provides essential resources to:

  • * deliver technical analysis, scientific research, and consumer information to policy makers, corporations, and the general public so they can make informed decisions;
  • * advocate for practical, innovative clean energy and transportation solutions to reduce global warming pollution; and
  • * expose corporate influence over government science to restore scientific integrity in public policy making.

You can be confident your donations to UCS are spent wisely. The Union of Concerned Scientists is rated a 4-star charity by Charity Navigator and is a Better Business Bureau accredited charity. A Scientist's Guide to Talking With the Media

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