Related Networks

The Australia and New Zealand Environmental history network provides links and resources for academics in the field, including research on climate history.

The International Consortium of Environmental History Organizations (ICEHO) connects all participating environmental history organizations, and hosts the quinquennial World Congress of Environmental History. 

The Network in Canadian History of the Environment (NiCHE) offers resources to environmental historians of Canada and hosts the Early Canadian Environmental Data Project, which includes research on historical climate change.

The Environmental History Network for the Middle Ages (ENFORMA) is a virtual network of historians working on environmental history in medieval times. The network is open to anyone interested in this research and teaching field.

The International Commission on the History of Meteorology (ICHM) is an official commission of the International Union of History and Philosophy of Science. The Commission publishes a peer-reviewed journal, History of Meteorology, and regularly organizes conferences in beautiful places.

The International Union for Quaternary Research supports research and interdisciplinary communication on environmental change over the past two million years of earth history. The organization publishes Quaternary International and hosts quadrennial conferences.

The PAGES (Past Global Changes) project is an international effort to coordinate and promote past global change research. The primary objective is to improve our understanding of past changes in the Earth System in order to improve projections of future climate and environment, and inform strategies for sustainability.

Réseau perception du climat is an international, interdisciplinary network of scholars and journalists interested in perceptions of climate and climate change. The website (in French) contains links to meetings, lectures, publications, calls for publications, and employment related to the field.

The Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society at the Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität München hosts scholars and promotes research in environmental history.  The center is currently engaged in a new project that looks at the historical intersections of climate change and environmental migrations.

Relevant Websites is a popular website created by CHN co-founder Dr. Dagomar Degroot. It provides tools for climate reconstruction; links to primary source databases; updates on the most exciting projects and publications in climate history; and interviews with leading figures in climate change research. Most importantly, it features articles that explain why studying past climate changes helps us better understand modern warming. 

The Environment & Society Portal is a nonprofit education and research project that aims to make environmental humanities materials freely and openly accessible. The site features a searchable atlas, timeline, and database of environmental events and topics, including weather events and natural disasters.

Real Climate is an award-winning website that provides news on climate change research, by climate scientists. 

Reporting Climate Science is a frequently-updated website that provides some of the latest news on the (largely scientific) study of climate change. It is currently edited by Leon Clifford, a British science journalist.