New Campaign Empowers Moms with Climate Change Science

A group of climate scientists who are mothers are using their scientific and maternal experiences to help demystify climate change and bring scientific facts into homes across the country.

Members of Science Moms, the nonpartisan group of six climate scientists from research universities across the country, created a website and will launch a national $10 million advertising campaign to bring climate change facts to homes across the country.

Prof. Katherine Hayhoe, a climate scientist at Texas Tech University and Science Mom, said the group hopes to cut through the noise surrounding climate change by providing short, bite-sized educational content and resources that explain the science behind climate change.

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