You're an expert, scientist, or scholar - and your work is invaluable to public policy debates. Although you may not be directly communicating with the public, you may rely on media and educational institutions to "broker" your works to the public and make them more cognitively digestible. As an educational non-profit, that's what we're doing. We are "mapping out" arguments from all sides of public policy debates about climate change in a new visual interface for public education and awareness. We are asking experts to "represent" their own works and indicate if any of their research may be used as support for a given claim, argument, or position within the debate about climate change. Would someone find your research useful to support an argument about climate change? If yes, then please represent it here! Please note: we are not asking you to send us your original PDFs (and potentially violate scholarly journal contracts - although we'd happily receive them if there is no conflict), we are asking you to explain if research you've performed would indicate support for a specific position, claim, or argument within the climate change debate. Your work is invaluable to a functional democracy, so thanks for contributing! If you have questions, please contact us at Contact@SocietyLibrary.com. The Great American Debate is a program of the Society Library.