Scientists started raising the “climate alarm” more than 50 years ago. Unfortunately, climate change has proven to be a wicked problem. That said, a huge number of people are working on the problem.
The Climatographers built the Climate Web to facilitate access to the actionable climate knowledge needed by individuals, companies, and policy-makers for tackling climate change. Based on integrating the work of thousands of experts, if there is an answer to climate change it is probably in the Climate Web.
While the Climate Web is Open-Access(brain://aL_82TX4fVGqef528wzKRw/FrontDoor), its size and scope can be intimidating at first glance (even though its learning curve is actually very short). Climate Sites offer an alternative way to explore topics and materials in the Climate Web by extracting carefully curated information from the Climate Web and presenting it in a basic website format like the one you’re accessing here.
Explore individual Climate Sites through the pages linked to the top right of this page.
Topical Climate Sites range from single page to more comprehensive web sites to help you explore selected climate topics.
Learning Curve Sites help you take advantage of the Climate Web itself, introducing you to its structure and capabilities, and the ways you can best leverage the 20,000 hours of climate knowledge curation it represents.
The Climatographers can structure a Climate Site to address almost any climate-related topic or question, to organize materials for a class, or just for an internal briefing. If you have ideas about how Climate Sites could support your work, please contact us.
Contact us here with your feedback and suggestions, and to discuss how other Climate Sites could advance your climate change objectives.