What’s allowed and what's restricted when engaging in election-related activities like campaigning or fundraising for a candidate.
POLITICAL ACTION TOOLKIT
Our free legal resources explain the best practices for safely and effectively engaging in political advocacy.
Scientists are increasingly using their voices and expertise to engage in political advocacy. With science under attack in research areas such as climate change, reproductive health, and COVID-19, such participation is more important than ever. The legal resources on this page provide guidance for scientists interested in campaigning for science-forward candidates, engaging with their elected representatives, and participating in protests.
What scientists can do and what they should avoid when advocating for science with elected representatives and elsewhere.
Upcoming Event Webinar: How Scientists Can Be Involved in Scientific and Political Advocacy
Scientists are increasingly looking to use their voices and expertise to engage in scientific and political advocacy. Over the years,…
Upcoming Event How Scientists Can Engage in Government Rulemaking
We’re participating in the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, the world’s largest gathering of Earth and space scientists. Register here.…
Upcoming Event AGU Town Hall: Engagement in Climate Litigation: From Research to Expert Witness
TH35B – Scientific Engagement in Climate Litigation: From Research to Expert Witness. CSLDF executive director Lauren Kurtz will be participating…