Frequently asked questions
Our content is based on papers written by scientists and reviewed by other scientists. In every article, we link to these sources, so you can check them out if something doesn’t add up for you. Therefore, you don’t need to trust us, if you trust the resources we cite! 🙂
Yay! We are happy you want to spread the word. The best thing to do is to get up your favourite chapter and talk to a teacher about it. Climate Science fits into many subjects: geography, politics, physics, biology, or even languages (using our translated pages), so it isn’t important which teacher you choose. You can suggest to your teacher that they do the Climate Science in Schools exercises with the class.
Yes. It is important to us that climate change education is available to everyone, so we give it away for free. If you want to help us cover the costs of creating new content, you will be able to donate after we have launched the app.
Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time. Many people want to learn more, but understanding the nuances of climate change is difficult: the media floods us with information that we don’t know whether to trust, whilst scientific papers are difficult to read. We aim to make learning easier.
The potential solutions to climate change are much more complicated than just planting trees and shutting down oil companies. We want to help people understand what is happening to our planet, and inspire them to dedicate themselves and their career to tackling climate change.