Welcome to the Climate Advocacy Lab.
Polls show that a majority of Americans know the climate is changing and want more done to address it. Americans support expanding clean energy like wind and solar power, and they want the largest sources of pollution cleaned up. The Climate Advocacy Lab is a space to help translate that public support into action on climate.
Designed for climate practitioners—advocates, social scientists, data experts and funders—the Lab promotes effective tools and tactics for engaging Americans on climate change. The Interactive Tools provide easy access to helpful climate change information, while the Resource Library houses research and articles related to public engagement efforts.
The Climate Advocacy Lab is a project supported by the Skoll Foundation, the McKnight Foundation, the William & Flora Hewlett Foundation, the George Gund Foundation, and the Barr Foundation in partnership with leaders from throughout the world of climate engagement. We welcome feedback on how to make the Lab more useful to climate engagement efforts, so please do not hesitate to get in touch with ideas on how the Lab can better serve this community.