Christian A. Klöckner, environmental psychologist, NTNU, (project leader)

Christian A. Klöckner is a professor in social psychology and methods at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. His research interests are factors that influence environmentally relevant behavior, especially the interaction between structural and psychological aspects. He is also interested in innovative environmental communication. |

Sam Jury, artist, (co-coordinator)

Sam Jury is a visual artist, working primarily in moving image, who works and exhibits internationally. Jury is also a part-time Senior Lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire, UK, with a research interest in the role of screen-based technologies on how individuals read their environment. |

Paul Stern, environmental psychologist, National Academy of Sciences

Paul C. Stern is a principal staff officer at the National Research Council/National Academy of Sciences and director of its standing Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Change. His research interests include the determinants of environmentally significant behavior, particularly at the individual level. |

Janet Swim, environmental psychologist, Penn State University

Janet Swim, is a professor at Penn State University and examines how social psychological factors, such as gender roles and relationships with people who are environmentalists, influences pro-environmental engagement. She is also a member of an interdisciplinary team of researchers who are training staff at informal science learning centers (e.g., zoos,  aquariums, U.S. national parks) to communicate effectively about climate science. |

Peter Huybers, climate scientist, Harvard University

Peter Huybers is a professor at Harvard University whose research focuses on climate science.  Topics include paleoclimate, modern extreme weather events, and adaptation of crops to a changed climate.

Edgar Hertwich, environmental scientist, Yale University

Edgar Hertwich is a professor at Yale University,  and a member of the International Resource Panel, where he leads the Working Group on the Environmental Impacts of Products and Materials. He has further contributed to the IPCC 5th assessment report as a lead author of the energy systems chapter and the methods annex.  | 

David Buckland, Director, Cape Farewell

In 2001 David Buckland created and now directs the Cape Farewell project.  The work of the artists and climate scientists have been the subject of two major films, Art From The Arctic for the BBC and Burning Ice for Sundance, both produced by Buckland.  |

Martina Zienert, environmental communicator, KMGNE

Martina Zienert is a graduate engineer for print technology and postgraduate on environmental science. Since 2000 she works on topics in the field of life long learning, educational guidance, climate change and climate culture and is leading the Kolleg fuer Management und Gestaltung nachhaltiger Entwicklung together with Joachim Borner. |

Joachim Borner, environmental communicator, KMGNE

Joachim Borner is Dr. of economy, an environmental and social scientist and works with international scientists, artists and experts on issues such as climate change and climate culture, study and communication of transformation processes. He is leading the Kolleg fuer Management und Gestaltung nachhaltiger Entwicklung together with Martina Zienert.  |

Laura Sommer, environmental psychologist, NTNU

Laura Sommer is on of the three PhD candidates working in the Climart project. She has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and deepened her understanding of climate and natural matters in an interdisciplinary and international Masters program called Global Change Ecology.  |

laura coleman, Phd candidate, university of hertfordshire

Laura Coleman is a PhD candidate at the University of Hertfordshire, in collaboration with Climart, researching the role of arts venues within the context of climate change.  She is also the founder and co-director of ONCA, an arts and research space in Brighton, UK, that raises a deeper awareness within the community of environmental and social change.  |

Liselotte Roosen, environmental psychologist, NTNU

Liselotte Roosen is one of the three PhD candidates working in the Climart project. She has a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology and worked as a therapist for almost ten years prior to this project. She believes in leading by example and has started a side-project during her PhD that explores minimalism, reusing waste and living without money. Her reflections and experiences are detailed on her blog:  |

Courtney st. john, communications consultant

Courtney St. John assists with communications for the Climart project. She is a climate policy and communications expert and is currently the Director, Energy Transition at Climate Nexus, a non-profit strategic communications firm dedicated to highlighting the wide-ranging impacts of climate change and clean energy solutions in the United States. |