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 McDonald’s: Go deforestation free

Many of America's top fast food brands—including McDonald's—continue to use palm oil that could be wreaking havoc on our environment.

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Ask Pope Francis: Divest the Vatican

Sign the petition urging Pope Francis to divest the Vatican from all fossil fuel investments and publicly support the movement to divest from fossil fuels.

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Tell President Obama: Show climate leadership at the UN summit

This September, world leaders—including President Obama—are coming to New York City for a landmark UN summit on the climate crisis.

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Sign the petition: Protect public lands from coal mining

Coal mining companies are taking advantage of the coal leasing program, buying coal mined from U.S. public lands for cheap and exporting it overseas.

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Join the Empower Programme movement for responsible investment

The Empower Programme is a new education programme for Londoners; equipping people with tools to call for a financial system which supports sustainability.

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Tell Tony Abbott: Prioritize climate change at the G20 meeting

Prime Minister Tony Abbott has dropped climate change as a subject for discussion at the G20 meeting because he believes it would "clutter" the agenda.

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Take a #LiveForNow selfie to tell Pepsico to cut conflict palm oil

Around the world, people are taking to the streets and to social media to send PepsiCo the message that #LiveForNow shouldn't mean destroying tomorrow.

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