Climate Science Rapid Response Team

Founding Year: 2010

Staff: 160


John Abraham, Scott A. Mandia, Michael C. B. Ashley, and Jan W. Dash (Matchmakers).

It is a service to offer accurate information on climate-related issues “to media and government queries, by matching members of the media and government with questions, to the working climate scientists best able to answer.” They have “enlisted over 160 climate scientists; chosen on the basis of their professional competence as reflected in original research in peer-reviewed professional scientific journals.”



Climate Science Rapid Response Team contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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