Climate Science Alliance

About Us

Community Commitment

Diversity is our strength and the cornerstone of the Climate Science Alliance’s values and founding principles. We already know that climate change will impact all people however, it will disproportionately impact disadvantaged and under-resourced communities sooner and with more consequence. As an organization, our team has worked intentionally to build an inclusive and diverse team committed to elevating, supporting, promoting, and respecting all people and focusing our work towards underserved and underrepresented communities where we feel we can be a strong ally — whether it’s through our youth programming in title 1 schools or our work to support Tribal resilience and equal valuation of multiple ways of knowing in science. As an organization, we strive to facilitate regular conversations on how we can improve equity and inclusion for our staff, our projects, and within our network. Our work is successful when we are able to lift others’ voices up and make sure that climate conversations are accessible and relatable.

As an organization on the forefront of adaptation and natural resource conservation, we strive to embrace and advance a work environment and projects that are equitable and just. Though we have come far, we recognize that this work must be done every day - within our organization and personally - and we are committed to doing it. 

If you want to learn more about our specific goals and actions please contact us at info@climatesciencealliance.org

Climate Science Alliance sun-03.png

Safeguarding natural and human communities in the face of a changing climate.

Newsletter

Connect with Us

Explore

Subscribe to keep up-to-date on current climate science, community events, educational opportunities, and Climate Science Alliance activities.

Follow us:

  • Facebook Page
  • Instagram Profile
  • Twitter Profile
  • YouTube Channel

The Climate Science Alliance Team acknowledges the Indigenous peoples on whose traditional territory we work. We honor the continued presence and resilience of Indigenous communities and nations today, and thank those we work with for your friendship and your good will in our efforts to collaborate.

 

The Climate Science Alliance is fiscally sponsored by the California Wildlife Foundation (Tax ID: 68-0234744).

© Climate Science Alliance 2021