Politico named Bob Inglis and our climate scientist friend Katharine Hayhoe to its Politico 50 list—“a guide to thinkers, doers, and visionaries transforming American politics in 2016”—for articulating “the conservative case for fighting climate change.”

We convened representatives of nine medical societies to discuss the possibility of forming a consortium of medical societies to address the health harms of climate change and the health opportunities associated with climate solutions—all agreed to work with us to make this happen.

John Kotcher joined our team—after successfully defending his dissertation—to give us extra communication science bench strength; he immediately began cutting-edge research on how best to explain the myriad health harms of climate change.

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