The Climate Alliance
Mapping Project

The Climate Alliance Mapping Project (CAMP) is a collaborative effort between academics, environmental NGOs, and indigenous organizations working for a socially just response to climate change. CAMP responds to climate change with research, resources and interactive story maps that support organizations working to keep fossil fuels in the ground. Through participatory action research and digital story mapping, CAMP aims to engage the public, build activist and community networks, and inform policy decisions. The map is currently developed for the Amazon Basin and is being expanded to cover the entire Americas.

Climate Justice

Keep It in the Ground

Renewable Energy

Divestment & Reinvestment

Mapping Projects

Fossil Fuel Subsidies & Carbon Tax

Digital Storytelling