Climate protest science chalkboard, the Storify version

Climate protest science chalkboard, the Storify version

There were 400,000 marchers at the climate change protests in New York this weekend. Among the many protest signs, banners, props, the “science chalkboard” was one of the big hits on social media. Matthew Rimmer, a professor at Australian National University’s school of law who studies intellectual property and climate change, delivered a Storified roundup.


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