Ron Israel is a Climate Scorecard Co-Founder and the Executive Director of The Global Citizens’ Initiative.
Who We Are
CLIMATE SCORECARD is a participatory, transparent, and open data effort to engage all concerned citizens to support The Paris Agreement.
Who We Are
Climate Scorecard and its Spotlight Project are an outstanding team of organizations and individuals working together to stabilize our global climate. Our focus is on pressing the top 20+ greenhouse-gas emitting countries to meet the pledges they made in the Paris Agreement. Climate Scorecard is a collaboration of The Global Citizens’ Initiative (TGCI) and EarthAction, two non-profit organizations whose missions focus on environmental protection and citizen engagement. The Spotlight Project is the third climate stabilization initiative led by TGCI and EarthAction.
Climate Scorecard Staff
Lois Barber is a Climate Scorecard Co-Founder and the Executive Director of EarthAction.
Kristin Hope manages all communications and the digital presence for Climate Scorecard.
Climate Scorecard Country Managers
Alex Tuai holds a Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies with a minor in Africana Studies from Long Island University Global.
Julian Atchison is an MSc graduate from the University of Melbourne in Zoology.
Rafael Nogueira is a senior experienced economist and current energy consultant.
Diane Szoller has been working on sustainability issues since the ’90s, including the start-up of several agencies.
Siya Tong is studying Environmental Science with a focus on Renewable Resource Management at McGill University.
Sichen Wan is an Undergraduate from McGill University majoring in Environmental Science.
Stephan Savarese is the President of Saving Our Planet and VP of Sauvons Le Climat.
Mary Nthambi is a PhD student at Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg.
Ranjan Kishor Panda has been a front runner expert-cum-activist on water, environment and climate change issues in India.
Tristan Grupp holds a bachelor’s degree from McGill University in International Development Studies with a focus in sustainability.
Mahdiye Nemati is a student in international environmental law at Azad University.
Amir Hossein Davari is a master’s degree candidate at the Science and Research Branch of the Islamic Azad University.
Marta Marello has a background in economics and environmental policy with research and project management experience.
Kenta Matsumoto is a member of Climate Youth Japan, a youth environmental NGO.
Raiza Pilatowsky-Gruner just received her Master's degree in Environment and Sustainable Development from the University College London.
Olumide Idowu is the Co-Founder of Climate Wednesday, an initiative of International Climate Change Development Initiatives.
Veronika Kozlova received a MSc in Environmental Studies from Aalborg University in Denmark.
Abeer Abdulkareem holds a Master’s degree from Tufts University.
Amgad Ellaboudy is an Adjunct Faculty of Earth Science and Oceanography at Chaffey and Mount San Antonio community colleges.
Janet Kachinga is the Node Coordinator for South Africa Climate Action Network.
Eunjung Lim is currently an Assistant Professor at the College of International Relations for Ritsumeikan University.
María Barco is an environmental scientist working on a PhD in Sustainability Agriculture.
Neebir Banerjee is a recent graduate from University of Toronto with an Honors Bachelor of Science degree.
Özlem Duyan is an Energy and Environmental Engineer.
Kylie Naughton is a masters student at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Jordan Raine is Operations Coordinator at UK Youth Climate Coalition.
Stephanie Gagnon is a current masters student at Boston University studying International Relations and Environmental Policy.