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ClimateWatch upgrade: successful

11 January 2017



We're happy to announce that maintenance activities to the ClimateWatch iOS app, Android app and website are now complete and all operations have now resumed.

Update registration details: Upon your next log in, you may be prompted to update your registration details. We’d like to remind all our ClimateWatch users that no contact information or personal details (age, gender etc.) other than names will be disclosed to the Atlas of Living Australia or publically through ClimateWatch. Please feel free to reach the ClimateWatch Privacy Policy here.

Thank you again for your patience with upgrades to ClimateWatch! If you come across any issues please don’t hesitate to contact us at


Links to ClimateWatch apps:

·         The new Android ClimateWatch app can be downloaded from the Google Play store.

·         The new iOS ClimateWatch app can be downloaded from the iTunes Store

When the new app is installed on your mobile device, you will need to log in once again. Take a note of your registered email address now (under My Account | Settings). If you can’t remember your password, you can always reset it here:


What changes are happening in the redevelopment of ClimateWatch?

-          Improved ClimateWatch mobile apps

-          Improved ClimateWatch website

-          A more focused species monitoring list of 105 species

-          New ClimateWatch trails across Australia

-          New educational resources for teaching climate change in secondary schools

-          Improved user engagement with ClimateWatch data, including cutting edge species distribution maps


If you have any questions or would like to provide ClimateWatch any feedback, pleasedo not hesitate to contact us at


ClimateWatch data curation


Earthwatch needs help validating ClimateWatch data that is being collected on a nation-wide scale. Please contact the ClimateWatch Program Manager, Nadiah Roslan directly at if you would like to get involved!