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Climate Change Wine Tastings

Grapes are known as the “canary in the coal mine” of climate change because of their extreme sensitivity to changes in precipitation, soil, temperature, and other environmental factors.

Some of the wines we know and love are currently experiencing these challenges, endangering yields and quality. However, new varietals are also emerging as regions that formerly were unsuitable for growing wine grapes warm and change.

Our Climate Change Wine Tastings take participants through a series of wines–some that are in danger of extinction and some that are emerging. We talk through the challenges grapes are facing amid climate change, as well as how AI-driven insights can help growers and producers mitigate some of the risks and negative effects.

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Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists | A glass of wine with your climate crisis?

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists covered ClimateAi's Climate Week NYC wine tasting. As ClimateAi CEO Himanshu Gupta said, the wine tasting is a way to help people see how the climate crisis will impact...

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From Heat to Too-Sweet: Tasting the Wines of the Future at Davos

Every wine lover — or any layperson who has been to a wine tasting — knows how sensitive wine grapes are. They react quickly and drastically to the world around them: Good or bad weather conditions...

Climate Resilience from Crop to Confection: A 2024 Playbook

Webinar- Climate Resilience From Crop to Confection: A 2024 Playbook

In this webinar, we use ClimateAi's ClimateLens platform to highlight the impact of climate change on sugarcane production in a key region. We then reveal our best-in-class framework for managing climate...