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

Tell Amazon: Join the green internet revolution

While competitors move toward a green internet powered by 100% renewable energy, Amazon.com refuses to share data on its energy use or environmental impact.

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Sign the petition: Stop pinkwashing fracking

  Fracking giant Baker Hughes and breast cancer organization Susan G. Komen have partnered to distribute 1,000 specially painted pink drill bits around the world for Breast Cancer Awareness month in an effort to “raise awareness...

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Take action: Use #NatureIsSpeaking million dollar hashtag

HP, sponsor of the #NatureIsSpeaking hashtag will donate $1 to Conservation International, for every social media mention, up to $1 million.

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Join the Divestment Day of Action

On the 18th of October, Market Forces and 350.org will coordinate what’s set to be Australia’s biggest ever divestment day of action on fossil fuels.

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Tell eBay to drop ALEC and other climate deniers

A massive day of action is planned on October 15th to flood eBay with thousands of tweets and phone calls, demanding they dump the climate denial group ALEC.

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Sign the petition: Give Energy East a people’s intervention

TransCanada will apply for their Energy East pipeline soon, a massive project to send over a million barrels per day of tar sands east through Canada.

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Take action: Stand with the Pacific Climate Warriors

On October 17th thirty Pacific Climate Warriors from twelve different islands will arrive on Australian shores to stand up to the coal and gas industry.

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