About Us

ClimateConsensus.org was built to communicate the depth of the consensus that exists across the circles of those institutions that have taken a sincere and legitimate look at the question of climate change. Naturally, when discussing science, the scientific consensus is most important, as it is the science itself that informs the consensus that has emerged among world governments and religious institutions. This website disproportionately focuses on the United States both because the organization that built is based out of the USA, but also because the United States of America is virtually the only country in the world where the population does understand that there does indeed exist a scientific consensus about climate change, as this website seeks to communicate. In other nations, whether politicians are liberal or conservative has no bearing on their willingness to accept the science. Parties on opposite sides of the political spectrum in other nations may disagree on how best to address the problem, but the United States is the only nation where many politicians refuse to accept that there is a problem that needs to be addressed. However, as this site seeks to communicate, even in the United States, there is a stronger consensus than many might guess.

About Better Future Project

ClimateConsensus.org was created by Better Future Project, whose mission is to accelerate the growth of the movement to build a better future, free from the harms of burning fossil fuels and full of stronger and more resilient communities.

Better Future Project was founded in January 2011 by a student leader, a community leader, and a faith leader to accelerate the growth of a movement to rapidly and responsibly transition beyond fossil fuels. Having collaborated across their separate spheres, they decided there was a need for a new organization that would bring these different communities together, and work across silos to engage other stakeholders in this important work.

Our fiscal sponsor

Better Future Project is fiscally sponsored by the Open Space Institute, Inc., as part of itsCitizen Action Program.

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