Become a Climate Hero!

Contribute to Global Weather Research with your Observational Data!

Have you ever marveled at the unpredictability of the weather or noticed patterns in atmospheric conditions in your surroundings? Have you considered how your local weather contributes to the larger, global picture? If so, your curiosity and observation could be a key asset in advancing global climate research.

Here's your chance to contribute to the world's understanding of our shared climate.

We invite you to join our ever-growing community of Citizen Scientists, where your observations matter.

As a Citizen Scientist, you will play a crucial role in gathering and supplying data that professional scientists may not have access to. Your backyard weather observations can provide valuable insights into local weather patterns and their interactions with the global climate.

By simply uploading a CSV file of your observational weather data onto our platform, you become a part of a global climate change solution. Each data point you provide helps build a more complete picture of our dynamic world and aids researchers in their quest to understand and address climate change.
No scientific background? No problem! Anyone can be a Citizen Scientist. All it requires is curiosity, dedication, and your unique local data. Your participation in this global endeavor not only enriches our collective knowledge but also fosters a sense of community and shared responsibility towards our planet.

So, are you ready to make a difference?

Don't just watch the weather, contribute to understanding it. Harness the power of collective science and make your mark on the world today. Join us, where every data point matters.

Be a Citizen Scientist. Be a Climate Hero. Upload your CSV weather observational data today!

Upload your CSV weather observational data now

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No. 101036814. This website reflects the views only of the Consortium, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained herein.