March for Science 2017: Demonstrators rallied from the North Pole to New Zealand

March for Science 2017: Demonstrators rallied from the North Pole to New Zealand
Source: Getty Images
Source: Getty Images

Today, science is everyone's favorite subject. 

While cities throughout the U.S. are hosting their own science marches, this is not just an American phenomenon. Globally, cities and countries are celebrating earth day by taking to the streets to march for science.  Because of the wonder of time zones, many of these countries' marches already began hours ago. 

Global March for Science

People from marches all over the globe shared pictures from the events on social media using the hashtag #GlobalMarchforScience, or specific hashtags depending on the country. 

Uganda

The Philippines 

Iceland 

Scotland

Nigeria 

Ireland

Mexico 

England

Around 10,000 to 12,000 people marched in London's streets to prove their love of science, Science reported.


New Zealand

Australia 

Greenland

Japan

Norway 

South Korea 

Hungary 

Germany 

Science says activists believe 11,000 Berliners showed up for science today.

Italy 

Brazil 

Kenya 

France 

Around 5,000 people took to the streets of Paris, Science reported. 

The North Pole

And yes, even scientists at the North Pole gathered to show their love of their discipline.