Climate change is an environmental crisis that affects plants, animals, and humans on a local and global scale. In order to have a better understanding of this phenomenon, and to predict and curb the effects of climate change on humans and ecosystems, many scientists are studying the life cycle changes of plants and wildlife, like the flowering times and the breeding cycles, respectively.
In order to reach meaningful conclusions, there is a need to conduct multiple observations of various species across expansive geographical areas. However, this is no easy task for scientists to undertake alone. The United Nations considers large-scale data gathering as a top priority. At present, they have few data sets in Asia Pacific, Europe and North America.
Pushing through the climate change awareness advocacy, Climate Watch was initiated to help people of Canada and other nations learn and understand more about climate change and its impacts to Mother Earth.
A Challenge We Are Willing to Take
Launched in 2014, Climate Watch was established in order to increase and broaden people’s knowledge and understanding of the impacts that climate change is having on humans, plants, and animals.
The challenge was to create a website that provides in-depth, informative, and authoritative reports, articles, and research studies – a repository of all the resources and tools you need to answer specific questions related to climate.
Our health, security, and economic well-being are being affected by the changes in climate. Climate Watch provides important and relevant information for a climate-smart nation. Our website aims to help people who want and need information to help them make appropriate decisions on managing the risks and opportunities related to climate change.
Climate Watch is your go-to source for timely and evidence-based data and information about climate. Our long-term goals are to promote public understanding of climate change and other related events.
Be Part of the Solution
When it comes to saving Mother Earth, it’s easy to get involved. Small gestures can have a huge impact. Spread the word to your friends, family, and co-workers. Preserving our natural environment and the world is everyone’s responsibility!