The Climate State app for Windows features content about the climate on Earth, including articles, wikis, and videos. Many content segments are also available for audio playback.
This app is also available at the Microsoft Store.
Current version: 1.0.4
Features topics explaining changes in Earth’s systems, or fundamental processes.
- The greenhouse effect.
- Land & sea ice changes.
- Trends in solar activity.
- Study results spanning the broad spectrum of sciences concerned with the climate.
- Special topics.
- Compilations of extreme weather events.
- Lectures by scientists.
News on energy, solutions, policy, security, and the weather.
A growing collection of climate wiki entries.
Climate State interviews with experts, featuring Eric Rignot, Michael Mann, or Stefan Rahmstorf.
Selection of feeds from major climate sites, browse the latest news in one place.
- Application created with Unreal Engine 5.
- The system requirements to run the Climate State App (PC).
- The application requires 3 GB of free disc space.
- Requires a broadband internet connection.
Installation Climate State App (PC)
Make sure to update your Windows installation and graphic card drivers to the latest version.
For most graphics cards, you will be able to easily download and install the latest drivers from NVIDIA or AMD:
If not already installed you need the following additional files: DirectX and Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime redistributables.
- Microsoft Visual C++ https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cpp/windows/latest-supported-vc-redist?view=msvc-170
- DirectX https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35
If you run into installation issues, contact email@example.com with a detailed description of the error, add error message content. Do not send us any email attachments, if you want to share i.e. a screenshot upload it to https://imgur.com
- 1.0.4 – Fixed a video playback bug.
- 1.0.3 – Removed 3D environments to optimize file size – app is now primarily a 2D application.
- 1.0.2 – Added content to science and news.
- 1.0.1 – Added content to science and news.