Climate Impacts by Region

TckTckTck Climate Guide map

We have partnered with DARA International to create an interactive map of projected climate impacts. Click on a country to learn about global warming impacts, clean energy solutions, and how you can take action on climate change.

Organizations by Issue & Region

Partners A-Z List
TckTckTck network organizations cover a wide array of causes — from poverty alleviation and public health to social justice and environmental conservation. Click on a topic to find ways you can take action and make a difference.

Partner News

Speak out against environmental killings in Latin America

This last decade has seen a rise in environmental killings. Over 900 individuals have been killed worldwide for defending environmental and land rights.

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Sign the petition: Say NO to risky Arctic drilling

The U.S. government is starting to prepare a five-year program—spanning the years 2017 to 2022—that could open the Arctic Ocean to oil and gas drilling.

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Sign the petition: Tell 3M to stop destroying our forests

3M, maker of Post-It Notes, greenwashes the destructive practices behind its products that contain wood and paper from deforestation around the world.

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Interact to see what 1,001 cities’ summers will be like by 2100

Use the Climate Cental interactive tool to see what 1,001 cities' summers will be like by 2100 if current emissions trends continue.

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Join the Dharnai Live movement: Renewable energy for India’s villages

Join the Dharnai Live movement that aims to light up every dark village in India based on a clean, renewable and decentralised electrification solution.

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Sign on to be a Climate Voter

Politicians always promise to act on climate change. Pledge to become a Climate Voter now to make sure that they follow through.

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Tell Brazil: Be a clean energy champion

Join us in encouraging Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff to take leadership on truly clean energy, not further mega-dam development in the Amazon.

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