The project organization consists of an editorial staff, an advisory board, and a supervisory board. The editorial staff is concerned with the day-to-day operation of researching topics, finding participants for the discussion, moderating the discussions between the experts, and writing summaries of the discussions held. The main task of the advisory board is to guard the neutrality of the platform and to advise the editorial staff about its activities in particulair in writing the summaries. The supervisory contains representatives from the PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL) and the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI). The board operates on the background. Their main task is to approve the introductions and summaries before publication on the website.
Editor in Chief is Marcel Crok, an investigative science writer who published a critical book (in Dutch) about the climate debate and expert reviewer of the fifth assessment report.
The second member of the editorial staff is Bart Strengers. He is a climate policy analyst and modeler in the IMAGE-project at PBL and has for many years been involved in the discussion with climate skeptics.
Herman Russchenberg is chairman of the advisory board. He is Professor at the Delft Technical Unisversity (TUD), the Netherlands. He works in the department of geoscience and remote sensing of the faculty of civil engineering and geosciences.
The other two members of the advisory board are:
Theo Wolters is the owner of an engineering company. He has a longtime interest in both climate and energy issues and he was the one who came up with the idea and the format for the Climate Dialogue platform back in 2010.
Guido van der Werf, senior researcher at the VU University Amsterdam, Faculty of Earth and Life Sciences. His fields of interest are the interaction of the global carbon cycle and the climate system, with special focus on deforestation and forest fires.
This board includes project leader Arthur Petersen who also represents PBL and Wilco Hazeleger who represents KNMI. Arthur Petersen is chief scientist at PBL and occupies many other positions in different fields and institutes. Wilco Hazeleger leads the Global Climate Division of KNMI and he has a chair in Climate Dynamics at Wageningen University.
Arthur Petersen is project supervisor and has the final responsibility for the whole project, both financially and substantive, the latter responsibility being shared with Wilco Hazeleger. Bart Strengers supports Arthur Petersen as executive project leader.