We empower property buyers, owners, and brokers by exposing and quantifying the risks related to the climate crisis through our proprietary risk assessment and report.
"Of the 15 counties with the highest risk of fire by 2050, two-thirds have growing populations, according to a new analysis from ClimateCheck, a startup that gives people access to climate data about individual properties."
"Maps and other data are now available to help buyers analyze the risks of fires, floods and other disasters when searching for a new house."
"As the climate rapidly changes and gets more dangerous, it’s good to know what you’re in store for. This site gives you a picture."
Dr. Annie Preston
PhD Computer Science, UC Davis
Annie is a data scientist focused on risk communication and data visualization for atmospheric science, air pollution, and wildfire management.
MS Geography, UC Santa Barbara
Max is an environmental scientist focused on socio-environmental risk and resilience to wildfire, drought, and other hazards. He is a former fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.
Dr. Skylar Olsen
PhD Economics, Univ. of Washington
Skylar is an economist specialized in environmental policy and econometrics. She was previously Senior Principal Economist and Director of Economic Research at Zillow.
Dr. Julian Fulton
PhD Energy & Resources, UC Berkeley
Julian is a water resources researcher with expertise in drought, water conservation, and hydrology. He is an Assistant Professor in Environmental Studies at California State University Sacramento.
Dr. John Abatzoglou
PhD Earth System Science, UC Irvine
John conducts climate related research specific to wildfire, agriculture and hydrology. He is an Associate Professor at UC Merced.
Cal is a Bay Area developer and lecturer at UC Berkeley, Masters in Real Estate Development + Design.
Sam is a technology strategist focused on high performance computing, private, and public cloud.
Brad is a journalist and publisher of the real estate industry media company Inman News.