Climate Master Program



The Climate Masterâ„¢ program was developed by the University of Oregon Climate Leadership Initiative to increase climate literacy, reduce greenhouse-gas emissions at the household level, and build public support for climate-positive technology and policy.


The program consists of a thirty-hour training program in which participants learn to incorporate climate action into their daily life by reducing greenhouse-gas emissions in their home, yard, food, transportation, as well as considering general consumption choices. Individuals pay for the free or low-cost training through an equal amount of volunteer work on climate action during the year following the class.


Materials for the Climate Masterâ„¢ program are tailored for training participants, conducting household consultations, and for other communities or businesses seeking to initiate a similar program. 


More information can be found at the Climate Leadership Initiative website.



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Chuck Williams
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Bob Doppelt
Sarah Mazze
Jean Stockard
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