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.
TheBrain software used to build the Climate Web only has a short learning curve, but Climate Sites make it even easier to explore some of the more popular topics covered in the Climate Web. Climate Sites extract carefully curated information from the Climate Web into a very familiar website format.
On this page we’ll profile both “Topical” and “Learning Curve” Climate Sites. If you right click on the links they’ll open up while keeping this page open as well.
Topical Climate Sites
COP-26 (helps you explore what’s happening around this years Conference of the Parties being held in Glasgow, Scotland)
Six Degrees (helps you take advantage of the massive amount of information in Mark Lynas’ update to his book Six Degrees, which walks you through the implications of climate change, degree by degree)
How Long is Long Enough (helps you explore the important topic of permanence in carbon offset conversations)
Are Removals Better as Offsets (helps you understand the current debate over emissions avoidance vs. carbon removals as a climate change mitigation strategy)
The IPCC’s Six Assessment Report (helps you explore some of the key questions and findings of the report, the first volume of which came out in 2021)
Climate Risk Webinar (an example of how we used a Climate Site to deliver a climate risk websinar to risk professionals)
Climate Advisory (how the Climate Web can be most effectively used by law firms, consultants, and other business advisors)
Climate Briefings (how we use the Climate Web to deliver in-depth briefings on important climate topics)
Climate Pre-Mortems (how pre-mortems can help use improve our thinking about and responses to climate change)
Climate Chess (an introduction to the ultimate planetary board game, which we would argue represents the best opportunity for successfully tackling climate change)
Carbon Offsets 101 (an entry-level exploration of the idea behind and the implementation of carbon offsets)
Carbon Offsets Round 2 (exploring whether voluntary offset markets can and should grow dramatically to help achieve global climate targets)
Greenwishing vs. Greenwashing (introduces you to this new term and how to explore these concepts in the Climate Web)
Climate Change via Videos (provides help in exploring the more than 3,000 videos organized in the Climate Web)
CliFi - Climate Fiction (helping you explore this new genre and the role it could play in tackling climate change)
Climate Change via Quora (Quora.com is a great source of climate change Q&A. The Climate Site helps you take better advantage of the resource)
Climate Change via Quotes (quotes that help explore why climate change has been so difficult to tackle)
Examples of Great Climate Reading (introduces you to some of the books we’ve found particularly helpful in understanding and responding to the problem of climate change)
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Learning Curve Climate Sites
A number of Climate Sites like this one help you explore the Climate Web itself. .
Mastering the Climate Web (a comprehensive look at the structure and capabilities of the Climate Web - a video companion is coming soon)
Leveraging the Climate Web as Your Research Assistant/Department (a detailed look at how you can best take advantage of the 20,000 hours of knowledge curation represented by the Climate Web, including using it as an internal research department to advance your company’s, your law firm’s, or your consulting firm’s business and climate objectives)
The Climatographers (provides you with access to publications and other resources not available at the Climatographers’ standard website).
Your Climate Change MBA (introduces a specialized knowledge product that covers everything you need to know for business decision-making on climate change)
Your Climate Change PhD (introduces a specialized knowledge product that covers what you might want to know to most effectively tackle climate change)
Custom Climate Sites
The Climatographers can create a Climate Site from the Climate Web to address almost any climate-related topic or question, to organize materials for a class, or just for an internal briefing. Contact us here.