With a two-year, $300,000 grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, Climate Advocacy Lab would be able to launch two training series that meet monthly for six months per series. Each training series will have a cohort of 25 public health and medical leaders focused on developing strategic communications to motivate action among their respective constituencies. The Peer Learning Cohort’s “train the trainer” service model would empower participants to share learned lessons with their networks and multiply the project’s impact. Participants will also receive stipends and research support to investigate questions they have regarding communication strategies for the intersection of climate and health. Findings will be published through digestible information products like tip sheets, guides, etc. for the climate field at large, including, but not limited to, the Lab’s 3,200 members. Following the six-month training, each participant will receive a check-in at the 1, 3, and 6-month post-training mark. On an as-needed basis, the Lab will also offer 1-on-1 consultations to help troubleshoot and advise on public health and medical leaders’ communications campaigns.