John Cook—creator of the Skeptical Science website and app—joined our faculty, days after receiving the Friend of the Planet Award by the National Center for Science Education.
We launched the Medical Society Consortium for Climate and Health—which initially included 11 leading medical society members—and released the Consortium’s initial public statement: Medical Alert! Climate Change is Harming Our Health.
RepublicEn recruited its 5,000th member—each one a conservative climate realist.
The Climate Matters team recruited its 400th TV weathercaster.
We added five important journalism professional societies to our Climate Matters partnership—RTDNA, SEJ, NABJ, NAHJ and the Kneeland Project—with the aim of expanding the reach of Climate Matters materials and facilitating more local climate reporting.
At the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, Ed Maibach issued a call to action to health professionals worldwide to advocate for doubling the world’s GHG emission reduction commitments—to achieve the goal of the Paris Climate Agreement and thereby spare humanity from a sustained, catastrophic public health disaster.
We celebrated our 10th anniversary by releasing our first ever annual report.