We see climate change everywhere — in stronger storms, drier droughts and more acidic oceans. We also see solutions everywhere — in the way we make electricity, fertilize crops or move cargo.
With sophisticated scientific tools and a deep knowledge of what makes the economy work, we’re building lasting ways to stabilize the climate and protect communities hit the hardest.
With a wide range of partners, we target sources of climate pollution around the world by pinpointing the biggest opportunities for change.
Defending limits on climate pollution from cars and light trucks
Why China is at the center of our climate strategy
Methane: A crucial opportunity in the climate fight
Solving climate change takes a global effort
Deforestation: Using markets to make forests worth more alive than dead
The inside track on carbon capture technologies
Why our changing climate needs a 100% clean economy
Climate 411: Expert commentary on global climate change and clean air
Energy Exchange: Expert commentary on shifting to a clean energy economy
How climate change plunders the planet
This is why fighting climate change is so urgent
Extreme weather gets a boost from climate change
Natural gas: 5 areas of concern
Clean energy is building a new American workforce
9 ways we know humans caused climate change
We bring together people with diverse skills to tackle climate change. Here are some who represent key parts of this work.
Heather McTeer Toney
Vice President, Community Engagement
Vice President, U.S. Region
We’re using sophisticated tools to see the effects of climate pollution over the short and long term, to build that larger case that time matters.
Senior Climate Scientist
(202) 572-3336 (office)