cut ties to fossil fuels

The Natural History Museum is Growing!

Please join us in welcoming the newest members of The Natural History Museum team! We are excited, honored and humbled to be working with a rapidly growing dream team of community organizers, historians, anthropologists, scientists and narrative-change leaders invested in transforming our institutions of science, history, nature and culture.

read more

Reframing Science Denial

Fossil fuel interests are still knee-deep in climate science denial–-in pushing policies and perspectives that deny the scientific consensus that we must keep carbon in the ground to avoid catastrophic climate change, the Kochs and the fossil fuel companies behind “Fueling US Forward” are science deniers. Full stop.

read more
workshop

Dr. James Hansen on Exxon Sponsorship

Dr. James Hansen, Kerry Emmanuel, Bob Ward, and hundreds of scientists are joining The Natural History Museum and ClimateTruth.org in urging the world’s largest association of Earth scientists to drop Exxon sponsorship. Join us–add your name to the petition.

read more

Another museum cuts ties to fossil fuels

The Leonardo in Utah is the latest museum to cut ties to fossil fuels. The museum has committed to divest from fossil fuels and to implement a new gifts policy refusing funds from fossil fuel interests. This is what leadership looks like.

read more