WE ARE BUILDING
Climate Data Hub
BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN DATA AND ACTION
We are building information exploration and discovery hubs to drive action on climate change and nature loss. Our mission is to help change makers rapidly access the information they need to create and implement change.
We’re prototyping and building now – help shape Climate Data Hub and take our newest survey (link opens a Google form).
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Nature-Based Solutions to Climate Change
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Solving the climate crisis is a planet-wide effort.
It’s an enormous, complex effort to navigate. It’s multi-disciplinary, cross-societal, global and local.
Climate solutions require collaboration, cooperation, and co-creation across disciplines, governments, and communities.
FROM DATA TO ACTION
We are creating Climate Data Hub to help data-driven innovators and change makers accelerate their efforts to address the climate crisis. It’s a data discovery tool that leverages AI, semantic search, and intuitive UX to help users rapidly identify relevant data – but we don’t stop there. We help users map data to action – and that means providing users with the social and policy context they need to move their projects forward.
Climate Data Hub will provide enhanced discovery of information relevant to water and food security, biodiversity, and human interactions with global and regional ecosystems.
HELP SHAPE THE TOOL
We are currently looking at helping users with stakeholder discovery and inclusion. Help shape the tool by answering a short (3 to 5 minute) survey.
Climate Data Hub is for change makers. Our hubs will help communities of action leverage existing knowledge, discover opportunities for applications and analyses, and connect to partners, projects, and support.
Explore Across Disciplines
Explore climate-relevant datasets from multiple domains – scientific, social, financial, geospatial.
Search by Geospatial Context
Use geospatial context to view and filter your datasets. See datasets in relation to others about the same locations.
Rapidly Assess Quality
Decide whether datasets fit your criteria with visual indicators for dataset completeness, coverage, and quality.
Find Data Whitespace
Use Climate Data Hub to discover opportunities to apply your data collection technologies or projects.
Discover Project Synergies
Find complementary datasets for your project. Get in touch with dataset producers about licensing or access.
Find Stakeholders & Partners
Find people and organizations associated with your locations or datasets of interest. Get in touch and start collaborating!
explore data in context
We’re designing Climate Data Hub to help users see data in relation to the things affect our ability to take action, including people, places, and policies.
The current climate crisis is underscores the complex web of interrelationships between all things on Earth. See those relationships whenever you search Climate Data Hub.
Multi-Disciplinary. Entrepreneurial. Data Savvy.
Our team is a diverse, multi-disciplinary team with a shared interest in accelerating climate action. Our collective experience and expertise includes:
- data-driven startups
- Internet and communications technologies
- innovation discovery and support
- legal and regulatory information
- intellectual property research
- dataset creation, curation, and licensing
- online search interfaces
- corporate sustainability
- ESG data; ESG investing
- regenerative agricultural practices
Data/AI Scientist, Infotech Entrepreneur, Connector and Instigator
Sumeet is a restless technologist driven to make a difference in the climate data space. She is the co-founder of Elementary IP, an AI-powered research platform for technical innovators. Formerly at Intel, she has served in multiple R&D, management and business roles, including the founding of a number of IEEE standards. She is also an inventor on 55+ patents, many implemented on millions of wireless devices.
Software Architect, Legaltech Entrepreneur, Data Magician
Tami Lee, co-founder and Chief Architect at Elementary IP, was also Technology, Enterprise architect and manager at FindLaw, a Thomson Reuters business. She was a founding member of Netometron, a Silicon Valley startup.
Information Explorer, Communications "Fixer", Technospeak Gap Bridger
Cathy is a librarian, patent and technical search specialist, and informal science educator with an interest in ecosystems, biodiversity, and human behaviour. She helps people – particularly people with deep expertise – bridge communications gaps.
Product Conjurer, Linguist, Pattern Listener
Yousef is a listener and a pattern finder; a facilitator and a translator – the one who creates the human-centered connection between vision, collaboration, and execution.
As a product designer with a wide-ranging passions for learning and mastery, Yousef helps our team see the patterns in the stories we hear from others and each other – and turns them into the visions we didn’t know we had.
Voice Data Entrepreneur, Accelerator Founder, Rapid Prototyper
Jim is a builder of companies, applications, and datasets. He is the founder and CEO of Neurolex, a voice computing company in the health sciences. He is also the founding partner of a voice computing accelerator and has been personally involved in growing in 22 seed-level startups.
Corporate Sustainability Advisor, Regenerator, ESG Hacker
Lorraine is a writer, speaker, and corporate sustainability consultant who advises companies on sustainability strategy and reporting. She helped shape current reporting practices for corporate sustainability, and is now a passionate advocate for regenerative approaches to economic activity. She was the team lead for our RegenX Scenario Tool, an investor-facing demonstration of the need for regenerative metrics in ESG data.
Help us shape Climate Data Hub: Take our surveyS
Help us create a better way to navigate and explore the world of climate data. Take our short surveys to let us know what you need from the world of climate-relevant data.