Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every sector of society.
We believe real change comes from the ground up. We know that a small-but-committed critical mass of activists can not only transform society, but change the world.
That’s why we recruit, train, and mobilize people to become powerful activists, providing the skills, campaigns, and resources to push for aggressive climate action and high-level policies that accelerate a just transition to clean energy.
Our signature activist program, the Climate Reality Leadership Corps, has trained over 42,000 change makers worldwide since 2006. The result is a global network of activists leading the fight for climate solutions through our 10 branch offices – Australia, Brazil, Canada, Europe, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, the Philippines, and South Africa and a partnership in China – and 140 chapters across the US.
Alongside these efforts, our dynamic communications initiatives connect climate and behavioral science with the emotional power of compelling stories, raising awareness and inspiring action in online audiences everywhere.
At The Climate Reality Project, we are committed to building a more just and equitable world. One where all voices are heard and that encompasses a diversity of race, nationalities, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, and/or ability.
The Climate Reality Project understands how critical the need is for a diverse, inclusive, equitable, and just approach to solving the global climate crisis. We are committed to a continued learning and being a better partner in the diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice space.
Climate leaders –many from frontline communities worldwide -will be our partners in this journey. And together in partnership, we will disrupt the systems of white supremacy, privilege, classism, and racism that may have hindered our work in the past.
We know, this fight is not ours alone –and must encompass fusion politics across race, class, and gender. We invite you to join us in this fight, as we continue this global journey to find solutions to the climate crisis that exemplify and advance real diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice.