The Climate Web
Actionable Knowledge for Responding to Climate Change
So much to know ... so little time
Personalized access to your actionable climate knowledge
Open access to infinite climate change information
Build your own knowledge management system
The Climate Web’s 20,000 hours of knowledge curation provide users with a new and innovative way to access actionable climate knowledge, based on being able to explore the enormous topic of climate change through a large number of filters.
Explore the Climate Web
The Climate Web leverages the insights of thousands of experts through books, reports, news stories, videos, websites, and much more. The Climatographers have kept the Climate Web open access, so anyone with internet access can explore it on their own without limitation. You will be amazed by its scope and depth!
The Climate Web organizes almost infinite information on hundreds of climate change topics. Doorways to Actionable Knowledge provide you with a customized front door to the Climate Web, allowing you to instantly jump to the topics and resources of most interest to you. Save time every time you access the Climate Web to benefit from thousands of hours of knowledge curation.
Build Your Own Information System
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)