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Creative Climate

Updated Monday 30th November 2009

Join thousands of diarists in charting people's responses to environmental change.

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Welcome to The Open University's Creative Climate project

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Creative Climate is a global web diary that will record how humanity understands and responds to environmental change over the next ten years.

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Join us as we chart the highs and lows of this critical decade.

 

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