The Climate Web
Actionable Knowledge for Responding to Climate Change
So much to know ... so little time
The Climate Web is the product of >20,000 hours of crowd-sourcing and curating knowledge from thousands of experts to support understanding of and responding to climate change. It is a collective climate change intelligence.
Explore the Climate Web
Anyone with an internet connection has free and open access to thousands of hours of knowledge curation in the Climate Web. You will be amazed by its scope and depth.
The scope of the Climate Web is both its biggest advantage and its biggest challenge for users. Personalized Access provides you with a URL that serves as your unique Doorway into the Climate Web, one that organizes the topics and materials of most relevance to you. Personalized Access is available for Open-Access and Premium-Access users.
The Climate Web began as a decision-support tool for business, and remains an unparalleled business intelligence for climate change. Premium Access to the Climate Web includes extensive knowledge curated specifically for business use. The Climate Web also supports Assumption Audits, Materiality Assessments, Scenario Planning, and more.
Build Your Own
Users are not limited to the Climate Web’s way of organizing information. Download “slices” of the Climate Web, representing hundreds to thousands of hours of information curation, add other information you already have, reorganize it as desired, and you’ll have your own expert knowledge management system.
"It's like having 100 leading experts...."
"Having the Climate Web available is like having 100 leading experts in climate science, climate risk, risk management, and corporate strategy collaborating with you at the decision-making table."
Fortune 100 Client
"Unsurpassed knowledge of climate change risk...."
"Mark's deep knowledge of climate change risk and adaptation issues is simply unsurpassed. His comprehensive domain knowledge, analytic capabilities, work capacity, and ability to communicate a truly complex issue to a sometimes reluctant audience is extremely impressive."
Director of Environment, Det Norske Veritas (DNV)