I was seemingly the last person to learn that “Hamilton” is wonderful, and now I see that am late to another party. I just learned how effective and talented the Climate Science Alliance is.
If it is something I care deeply about, chances are the Climate Science Alliance is engaged and effective in that topic. Climate science? Of course. Integrating climate science with common core standards and using it to teach thousands of kids in the US and Mexico? Sure. Bringing together talent in Art and Science? Undoubtedly. I could go on and on, but the short version is, you would be hard-pressed to find a more effective, talented group focused on bringing climate science to the public.
How do they do it? Well, talented leadership is one way - Amber Pairis, their Director, is a skilled scientist, fellow of the Robert and Patricia Switzer Foundation, and a leader in climate science and education. Alexandria Warneke is their Deputy Director, and is also a skilled communicator and accomplished scientist. And Martha Aidé Escalante Garcia’s leadership in Baja California led to more than 7,000 kids getting climate science in their lives last year alone.
Visit their website and check out their work!