Rick Wayman appointed CEO as Foundation for Climate Restoration

The Foundation for Climate Restoration (F4CR) today announced Rick Wayman as their new CEO.

“The increase in warming-related catastrophes has made clear that restoring our climate is an existential imperative, which is why the Foundation’s mission resonated with me,” said Rick Wayman, newly appointed CEO.

“I am excited to amplify the goal of climate restoration and to help build the momentum we need to scale the restorative solutions that we already have available and accelerate the development of new approaches.

“It’s time to shift the paradigm around climate change to focus on creating a safe and healthy world for future generations rather than simply limiting the damage we’re inflicting upon them. I look forward to collaborating with government leaders, investors, scientists, policymakers, and citizen advocates to ensure that our climate becomes one in which everyone can thrive.”

“I am thrilled to have Rick join our team,” said Dr. Erica Dodds, COO and interim CEO, F4CR. “His expertise and vision are exactly what we need to propel our movement forward. We have seen remarkable progress in the last three years, and I am excited to see what the next few years hold with Rick at the helm.

“I am confident in his ability to generate the political and public drive we need to create the enabling environment to scale the most promising restorative technologies.”

As the CEO, Wayman will oversee the day-to-day operations of the Foundation. His previous experience includes President and CEO of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (where he was part of an international campaign that received the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize) along with training in NGO Management and Political Advocacy.

“As recent reports have made obvious, we need urgent and unified climate action,” said Sharon Fiekowsky, Board Chair of F4CR.

“Through his work with the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, Rick has demonstrated that he knows how to bring people together to tackle momentous challenges. I have no doubt that this same skill set will benefit the Foundation and the climate restoration movement at large. We are so lucky to have Rick join us in this all-important work.”

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