Climate Science


Project Managers can collaborate with leading U.S. climate scientists to expand the impact of their work. Projects can include articles, talks, presentations, and social media. Audiences will be mainly non-technical, including policymakers, influencers, news media, civic organizations, and educational institutions.
A program involving 50 scientists would cost approximately $5 million per year. One or more foundations could fund a three-year project. The project will pair Active Allies Project Managers with the scientists as project Mentors, and could be coordinated through partnership(s) with groups like the Union of Concerned ScientistsClimateNexus and Climate Corps.