Woodwell Climate Research Center

Founding Year: 1985

Staff: 80

Budget: $11.28 m (2019)

George M. Woodwell (Founder)

Formerly known as Woods Hole Research Center, is an organization that “advances scientific discovery and solutions to address the world’s climate challenges.” Strives to help “individuals, communities, and nations understand the realities of climate change, recognize the impact it is having on our planet, and embrace the urgent action needed to safeguard the future of life on Earth” through research and education.

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Woodwell Climate Research Center contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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