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In the news..

The last four years have been the warmest four on record, with 2018 being the fourth warmest. The average temperature of the last 5 years was 1.1°C higher than the pre-industrial average. 2016 remains the warmest year globally since records began. Read more

Climate Crowd weather stations

In spite of reports like this, we still lack good weather data from many parts of the world. Climate Crowd is working with partners to install weather stations and automate the upload of weather data. We currently have weather stations in Zambia, Tanzania, Cambodia, Australia and the USA. Scroll to the bottom of our homepage to view the live data feed.

Are you interested in installing a weather station at your field site? Email us at to see how we might be able to help.

Banner photo: © Nikhil Advani / WWF-US; Temperature difference between 2018 and 1981-2010: Copernicus Climate Change Service, ECMWF; Weather station photos (from top left to bottom right): SFS Cambodia; SFS Tanzania; SFS Cambodia; WWF Zambia.
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