Member Forums are password-protected places for Climate Access members to share resources and discuss the most important issues facing those working in climate communications and behavior change. In addition to a forum for all members of the Climate Access network, there are private forums for organizations and coalitions to share confidential resources and collaborate on messaging and public engagement strategies.

Members can also take advantage of the many member-only features of the site, including invitations to roundtable conversations with leading thinkers, case studies that highlight successful outreach and communication methods, the ability to post comments on the Blog, Resource Hub and Campaign Gallery, and access to the Network Directory. 

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We are grateful to our project advisors who have helped make Climate Access possible:


Martin Bunzl

Martin is Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University where he directs the Initiative on Climate and Society – a joint program of the Eagleton Institute of Politics, the School of Arts and Sciences, and the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences. Bunzl is the author of two books: The Context of Explanation and Real History, as well as numerous scholarly articles that lie at the intersection of science and philosophy.


Jim Hoggan

Jim is President of Hoggan & Associates, cofounder of Stonehouse Standing Circle and the former chair of The Climate Project Canada. He also led the Province of British Columbia’s Green Energy Advisory Task Force on Community Relations and First Nations Partnerships. Jim is the co-founder of DeSmogBlog and the author of two books, Do the Right Thing: PR Tips for Skeptical Public, and Climate Cover-Up: The Crusade to Deny Global Warming. Jim also serves as chair of the David Suzuki Foundation and as a Trustee of the Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education.



Margery Moore

Margery is Environmental Strategic Alliance Manager at BNA Inc. and Executive Director of the Institute for Sustainability Education & Action, in addition to directing the Stonehouse Standing Circle effort. She participates in a weekly radio program, GreenSense Radio and serves on the advisory boards of National Association of Environmental Managers, Air & Waste Management Association, and the Association for Climate Change Officers.