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

Sign the petition: I want to break fossil free

Sign the petition calling on investment managers, mutual funds and pension providers to offer a fossil free choice to people with savings and retirement funds.

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Take action: Protect George Washington Forest from Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Join with Earthworks and tell the Forest Service to deny Dominion’s application to conduct surveys for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline route.

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Tell Congress: End fossil fuel subsidies

Send a message to your Representative telling them to end fossil fuel subsidies and instead provide the social safety net with the support it deserves.

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Tell the EPA: Protect communities from methane pollution

Tell the EPA that we need rules regulating new as well as existing sources of methane pollution from the entire oil and gas supply chain.

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Email your pension fund: Ensure your savings are invested in a cleaner future

ShareAction's new "Green Light" campaign helps savers tell their pension fund to move away from dirty energy and invest in a greener, fairer future.

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Tell Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki Moon: Restore and protect forests

Sign the petition urging UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon to work towards protecting and restoring forests all around the globe.

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Join the smallactionsBIGCHANGE campaign

The smallactionsBIGCHANGE campaign is inviting Kiwis to commit to one small action throughout 2015 that when amplified by the many can create really big change.

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