BRINGING SCIENCE TO LIFE

INTERACTIVE
TOOLS

Try out our interactive tools - bringing polar science to life. Made to be shared on social media.

CLIMATE RISKS DAILY

Your daily dose of climate news from Arctic Basecamp: A real-time, reliable daily aggregator of global news on climate change.

Climate Risks Daily currently operates in two distinct modes: the first consolidates global news stories specifically related to extreme weather events daily, providing up-to-the-minute insights into the scale of climate-related incidents worldwide. The second mode highlights news stories relating to polar issues, the biggest amplifier of climate change effects globally.

Both modes include content translated from 100 languages into English using advanced AI language translation capabilities.

Access and share real-time, unbiased information on extreme weather and climate impacts on a daily basis in every region.

Try Climate Risks Daily HERE.

MOBILE APP COMING SOON!

Arctic Sea Ice MELTOMETER

How do emissions created by industry near to where you are affect Arctic sea ice?

Try our interactive online tool to find out. Don’t forget to share your results to raise awareness of why the loss of Arctic sea ice effects life as we know it everywhere.

Try it now! 

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Polar Risk NAME CHANGER

Remember when Rainn Wilson changed his name to Rainnfall Heat Wave Extreme Winter Wilson? He, and over 100k other people, generated his new name using our Polar Risk Name Changer.

Try it out and you might just learn a few global risks along the way.

Don’t forget to tag and share your new name #PolarRiskName

 

CLIMATE CALCULATOR

Have you ever wondered how much the world has warmed since you were born? What does that mean for the Arctic?

What about your favourite brand or celebrity? Since Netflix was launched the sea has risen by over 81mm and global temperature rose by 0.72 °C | 1.29 °F.

Try out our Climate Calculator and share your results #ClimateCalculator

Arctic Sea Ice VISUALISER

Research shows that Arctic sea ice loss is directly related to global CO2 emissions (Stroeve & Notz, 2018).

Explore what this means in this interactive app.