An illustration made up of partial, colorful images of five types of landscapes. From left to right: a monumental building and waterfall on the bank of a river; a small outpost or hut suspended above a swamp; a suburban scene where roads have been flooded or replaced with canals; a grassy village with a thatched-roof dwelling; and a tower in a desert with plants snaking up its side.

The Climate Action Almanac

A free digital collection of stories, essays, and art exploring positive climate futures, grounded in real science and in the complexities of diverse human and physical geographies.

Positive climate futures, crafted by an international team of science fiction authors, grounded in real science.

The Climate Imagination Fellowship brings together top science fiction authors with community members, thinkers, researchers, and changemakers from around the world to create visions of positive climate futures shaped by concerted action in the face of crisis, and grounded in real science. These visions honor local particularities and insist upon equity and justice, while imagining efforts that could be scaled up for global change. Too often, our only climate stories are ones of warning and alarm. To help us build pathways forward to a vibrant, thriving decarbonized future, we also need inspiring stories that can catalyze action in the present.

In January 2024, we published The Climate Action Almanac, presented in collaboration with the MIT Press and supported by the ClimateWorks Foundation. The Almanac features original short fiction, essays, and art coming out of the Climate Imagination Fellowship, and is free to download, read and share.

Meet our Fellows

Libia Brenda
Hannah Onoguwe
Gu Shi
Vandana Singh
Learn more about our fellows


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