Climate Articles & Reports

We’ve found a few helpful articles and short publications we thought you might find interesting.


GMO White Paper

The Race of Our Lives Revisited 

by Jeremy Grantham August 2018

This report was recently referenced by Dr. James Hansen.  Introduction: It was always going to be difficult for us – Homo sapiens – to deal with the long-term, slow-burning problems that threaten us today: climate change, population growth, increasing environmental toxicity, and the impact of all these three on the future ability to feed the 11 billion people projected for 2100.  Read the full report with expert data and analysis.

Yale Climate Connections

How a climate doubter became a climate advocate

Check out the recent interview and article from our friends at Yale Climate Connections, “How a climate doubter became a climate advocate.”  Alex Bozmoski’s interview discusses the change in his view of climate change.  Bozmoski joined former  South Carolina congressman Bob Inglis to form “RepublicEn“ to encourage conservative action on climate change.

The New York Times. (highlighting our Partner Organization, the Environmental Voter Project)

Taking On Climate Change: Trying to solve the problems that are affecting our world, and believing that they can make a difference.

Read about the work of the Environmental Voter Project and Nathaniel Stinnett in the article  “Environmentalists Turned Into Voters”  in the NY Times –  Special Visionary Section.

Washington Monthly  (highlighting our Partner Organization, the Environmental Voter Project)

Planet Earth Gets a Ground Game: Political operative Nathaniel Stinnett’s brilliantly simple plan to turn out environmental voters

Green thumb on the scale: Nathaniel Stinnett quit his job at a law firm to focus on nudging more environmentalists into the electorate. Read the full article to find out how he’s using data to engage voters.


Eighty years ago, Guy Callendar built the first climate change model to predict the effects of greenhouse gases. Now his successors are plotting ways to reengineer the air. SCIENCE

Climate Science Special Report Fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA4), Volume I

This report is an authoritative assessment of the science of climate change, with a focus on the United States. It represents the first of two volumes of the Fourth National Climate Assessment, mandated by the Global Change Research Act of 1990.

Find out more about About NCA4 Vol. II

Citizens Climate Lobby

Top Concerns Members of Congress Have About Carbon Fee & Dividend and Best Responses 

Twitter Tips

Medical Society Consortium on Climate & Health

Medical Alert – Climate Change is Harming our Health 

Gina McCarthy, EPA

6 Things Every American Should Know About the Clean Power Plan 



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