60,000 Sources (and counting)
Search the internet for almost any climate-relevant topic and you’ll get tens of millions of hits. The Climatographers have spent thousands of hours doing just that, searching for and organizing climate-relevant source materials in the Climate Web, with materials being added almost every day. More than 60,000 books, reports, journal articles, videos, new stories, and websites are integrated into the Climate Web today, with more being added almost every day.
- 800+ Topical Insights/Synthesis Pages authored by the Climatographers
- 1,000+ Cartoons, Infographics, and Podcasts
- 1,200+ Books
- 3,500+ Videos
- 4,500+ Websites and Pages
- 10,000+ Graphics and Ideas Extracted by the Climatographers
- 20,000+ Reports, PPTs, and Journal Articles
- 35,000+ News Stories and Opinion Pieces
- 50+ Roadmaps (helping you navigate complicated topics in a fraction of the time)
- 750+ Topical Dashboards (curated collections across source types)
- 3,500+ Index Entries (all linked together for rapid exploration)
- 5,000+ Topical Headings (by type of material being organized)
- 120,000+ Individual Thoughts (or climate LEGO bricks)
- 400,000+ Links Between Thoughts
You can think of the Climate Web as a massive filing cabinet for all manner of materials relating to understanding and tackling climate change, but it is also much more. That’s because the Climate Web:
Organizes thousands of ideas and graphics that the Climatographers have extracted from source materials and topically organized for fast and easy access.
Uses more than 3,500 Index Entries to point you to increasingly granular topics and topically relevant materials.
Uses Audience Roadmaps to point to places in the Climate Web most likely to contain actionable knowledge directly relevant to that audience, and Topical Roadmaps to make it simpler for users to quickly get to what you’re looking for.
Uses hundreds of Topical Dashboards to help users come up to speed on key climate change topics. Carbon Pricing 101, Carbon Pricing for a 2o C Scenario, and Carbon Price Forecasts, for example, each represent a different Topical Dashboard that can pull together all kinds of materials.
Uses Mini-Courses to help users dig more deeply into particularly important topics and books.
Can be customized in all kinds of fit-for-purpose ways, including allowing you to purchase a fully modifiable copy of the Climate Web.
These attributes of the Climate Web are why the Climatographers call it the closest thing today to a “collective climate intelligence.”