Appendix B

Climate Change Education Roundtable

James Mahoney (Chair), Environmental Adviser

Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University

David Blockstein, National Council for Science and the Environment

F. Stuart Chapin III, University of Alaska

Caron Chess, Rutgers University

Inés Cifuentes, American Geophysical Union

William Easterling, Pennsylvania State University

Lynn Elfner, Ohio Academy of Science

James E. Geringer, Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc.

Patricia Gober, Arizona State University

Joseph Heimlich, Ohio State University

Roberta Johnson, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

Tamara Ledley, Center for Science Teaching and Learning, TERC, Inc.

Anthony Leiserowitz, Yale University

Robert Lempert, RAND

Michael McElroy, Harvard University

Janet Peace, Pew Center on Global Climate Change

Walter Staveloz, Association of Science and Technology Centers

Will Travis, San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission



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Appendix B Climate Change Education Roundtable James Mahoney (Chair), Environmental Adviser Charles W. Anderson, Michigan State University David Blockstein, National Council for Science and the Environment F. Stuart Chapin III, University of Alaska Caron Chess, Rutgers University Inés Cifuentes, American Geophysical Union William Easterling, Pennsylvania State University Lynn Elfner, Ohio Academy of Science James E. Geringer, Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. Patricia Gober, Arizona State University Joseph Heimlich, Ohio State University Roberta Johnson, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research Tamara Ledley, Center for Science Teaching and Learning, TERC, Inc. Anthony Leiserowitz, Yale University Robert Lempert, RAND Michael McElroy, Harvard University Janet Peace, Pew Center on Global Climate Change Walter Staveloz, Association of Science and Technology Centers Will Travis, San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission 75

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76 CLIMATE CHANGE EDUCATION GOALS, AUDIENCES, AND STRATEGIES Ex Officio Thomas Armstrong, U.S. Department of the Interior David Campbell, National Science Foundation Gregory Crosby, U.S. Department of Agriculture Jill Karsten, National Science Foundation Louisa Koch, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Michael Lach, U.S. Department of Education Robert O’Connor, National Science Foundation Joel Scheraga, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Bill Valdez, U.S. Department of Energy Ming-Ying Wei, National Aeronautics and Space Administration NRC Staff Michael A. Feder, Study Director Sherrie Forrest, Associate Program Officer Martin Storksdieck, Director, Board on Science Education Paul Stern, Director, Committee on Human Dimensions of Global Change Rebecca Krone, Program Associate