Climate Science Day

Capitol Hill, Washington DC 

The purpose of the event is to bring scientists of many disciplines together to meet with members of Congress or their staff to discuss climate change and how it may affect a particular state or congressional district. The principal goals are for members or their staff to discuss climate science with scientists from their state with expertise on the topic and for them to contact the scientists should questions come up related to climate science. The first Climate Science Day was held in 2011. 

Read a guest blog by Steve Pierson and Leonard Smith in Scientific American, 6 March 2018: 

'Climate Change and the Political Landscape: how conservative lawmakers can start addressing the risks without losing their seats

Read more about Climate Science Days in Amstat News:

Amstat News 1 April 2018

Amstat News 1 May 2017 

Amstat News 1 April 2016

Amstat News 1 April 2015 

Amstat News 1 April 2013

Amstat News 1 April 2012

Amstat News 1 April 2011




L Smith Capitol Hill


Climate Science Day 2015