Empowering individuals and decisions-makers to act on climate change

What We Do

Climate change is complex and difficult to understand. We explain it simply.

We produce and disseminate accessible information based on science to engage everyone, everywhere to act on climate change. 

These are our reports:

The Truth Behind the Climate Pledges Almost 75 percent of 184 climate pledges made under the Paris Agreement are partially or totally insufficient to contribute to reducing GHG emissions by 50 percent by 2030
--required to stay below 1.5ºC below pre-industrial times in the next decade.
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The Economic Case for Climate Action
in the United States
Economic losses from weather events intensified by climate change and health costs due fossil fuel burning will reach, on average, $360 billion a year or a $1 billion a day in the next decade. That equals about half of the growth of the U.S. economy. Learn More
The Truth About Climate Change The 2°C temperature target could be reached by 2050 and the 1.5°C target by 2030, even if pledges made under the Paris Agreement are fully implemented. Learn More

Why We Do It


Climate change is happening now. It is impacting our lives. Everyday. Everywhere.

Action to address climate change has been delayed and neglected just because information on climate change is difficult to understand, misreported and usually questioned.

Information is critical to increase public understanding and action.

This is why we work with climate scientists analyzing, researching, producing and disseminating accessible information to engage everyone, everywhere to act on climate change.


We create accessible information on climate change based on science

We partner with climate scientists

We disseminate our messages globally through the media to promote action

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