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Mission:

To gather (scientific) data on climate parameters and to present this information in a manner which facilitates an understanding of this complicated issue by the general public.

Goals:

  • Develop, compile and interpret climate change information to help bring about societal understanding.
  • Develop public awareness of the issue and request that it be addressed by our elected leaders.
  • Participate in defining a new, sustainable local economy.
  • Link State Energy Agencies with Chambers of Commerce, building professionals, and citizens.
  • Utilize existing data, and report new data as needed, to help bring about changes in perception, attitudes, and understanding that result in action.
     

The Team at the Institute of Climate Studies, USA

Raymond N. Johnson, PhD, Founder and Director, Chazy, NY
The scientific career of Raymond N. Johnson, Ph.D., spanned 30 years in research and development as an organic/analytical chemist; he is currently founder and director of the Institute of Climate Studies USA.

Contact Ray at RayJohnson@ICSUSA.org

   

Scott Danville, Science Research and Content Editor, Plattsburgh, NY
Scott serves as science research and content editor for the Institute of Climate Studies, USA.  He also develops content and outreach in climate science literacy for the Institute.  Scott's recent work looks at the changing state of climate change education in U.S. schools.  Scott maintains the
CLICHÆD Blog at ICSUSA.org about Climate Change Education.

Contact Scott at ScottDanville@ICSUSA.org

   

 Contributors

 
Lauren E. Eastwood, PhD, Research Contributor, Plattsburgh, NY
Dr. Eastwood is currently an Assistant Professor of Sociology at SUNY Plattsburgh.  Her research applies sociological methods and perspectives to environmental policy issues.  She is currently a Social Science Research Council Fellow.  The SSRC-funded project, entitled "Civil Society in Environmental Governance: A Comparative Analysis of NGO Participation in UN Enviromental Policy Deliberations" compares UN-based forest, biodiverstiy, and climate policy-making processes.