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We develop and apply social science insights to help society make informed decisions that will stabilize the earth’s life-sustaining climate, and prevent further harm from climate change.

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2007
Ed Maibach and Connie Roser-Renouf came to George Mason University to create Mason’s Center for Climate Change Communication.

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2020
Our Climate Matters program recruited its 900th TV weathercaster, and the Climate Matters in the Newsroom program recruited its 600th journalist.

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