Climate Crowd is a crowdsourcing initiative that convenes and supports a network of partners to gather data on how climate change is impacting people and nature, and supports on-the-ground projects that help rural communities adapt while reducing pressure on biodiversity.

In the news..

As communities in Rwanda struggle to find water in a changing climate, some have turned to protected areas putting mountain gorillas at risk. Learn more about this issue, which served as the inspiration for Climate Crowd, in a recent radio interview by Yale Climate Connections.

Climate Crowd at ICCB

At this year's International Congress for Conservation Biology, Rebecca Snyder will be presenting Climate Crowd data in an upcoming session on the use of traditional ecological knowledge in conservation planning and design. 

Featured project

A new Climate Crowd project led by a local Peace Corps volunteer with support from local partners will establish a school garden and rainwater harvesting tank in a community in Guatemala. The project responds to declines in crop yields and access to freshwater in recent years associated with decreased rainfall and a prolonged dry season.
Banner photo: © Nikhil Advani / WWF-US; Gorilla photo © Nikhil Advani / WWF-US; Guatemala project © Chris Destiche
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