Who We Are

History & Mission

The Cape Cod Climate Change Collaborative is a coalition of Cape & Islands-based organizations, businesses and citizens whose mission is to reach carbon neutrality or—net zero—on Cape Cod and the Islands of Massachusetts by enhancing communication collaboration, and activism among organizations, programs and individuals committed to mitigating the climate crisis.

Inspired by the historic Paris Climate Accord of 2015, the Cape Cod Climate Change Collaborative was established in 2016 to foster innovative, feasible, and cross-sector solutions to the climate crisis. The Climate Collaborative is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

Board and Advisory Council members include community leaders from across the region representing organizations such as the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod, Cape Air, Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank, and numerous faith, educational, non-profit and business entities.



CEO & President, Center for Coastal Studies

Vice President

Director of Sustainability, Cape Air



President, CapeBuilt

Executive Director, Cape Light Compact

Chair, 350 Cape Cod

Director of Science Programs, Pleasant Bay Community Boating

Assistant Director, Association to Preserve Cape Cod

Chair, Policy & Program Committee, Cape Cod Climate Action Network

Executive Director, Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce

Vineyard Wind

Community Organizer and Youth Mentor

President and CEO, Cape Cod 5

Co-Chair, Net Zero Conference Planning Team; Chair, Communications Committee; Co-Chair, Finance & Development Committee

Co-Chair, Faith Communities Environmental Network

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