’s goal is to present the complete story of the global endeavor to understand and predict climate and environmental change. Through original content and archival footage, we’re working to create a visual library of the past, present, and future of climate science. Our objectives are both simple and ambitious:

  • To create, collect and preserve visual records of the entire climate science endeavor
  • To ensure that these records are free and easily accessible
  • To break down barriers to the visual documentation of climate science research
  • To increase the understanding and appreciation of climate science throughout the world

The People Behind

Josh Wolfe is an award-winning photographer and filmmaker. He is the co-author, with NASA scientist Gavin Schmidt, of Climate Change: Picturing the Science (W.W. Norton & Company, 2009).

Lizette Gesuden is a video producer and editor. She was an associate producer and assistant editor on the marine science documentary Atlantic Crossing: A Robot’s Daring Mission.

Duane Dobbels is a motion graphic designer with 20 years of experience in live-television and video production.

Chris Shreve is a writer and editor specializing in renewable energy and climate science. He has lent his services to the University Center for Atmospheric Research, and he also writes documentary films.