Sunflower News aims to help you overcome information overload by bringing to the surface the climate news and conversations with the most momentum each day, both in climate in general and in your specific areas of focus.
Here’s how it works.
On our home page you’ll find three sections: Top stories, Solutions, and Podcasts.
For both Top Stories and Solutions, we’re tracking links being shared by more than 1400 climate organizations, scientists, activists, investors, and more. (Here is our list of sources.)
In the Top part of each section, you’ll find the recent stories that have been engaged with the most by the broader climate community. These are the stories that the largest number of people are seeing and talking about.
In the Latest part of each section, you’ll find recent links shared by the climate community regardless of how much engagement they’ve received. This part of the site moves faster and is unranked – it’s just the most recent links we’ve seen.
Underneath each story, you’ll find a link to top climate sources discussing that link on Twitter. If you click on the usernames, you’ll be taken to Twitter to see what they and their audiences have said about the link.
Saved searches: When you create an account, log in, search for and save a keyword in Sunflower News, we create a saved section of the site for you that tracks these 1400 sources we’re monitoring for use of your keyword. When they share a story that has your keyword in the headline, we’ll put it in the Latest section for that part of the site, and the most-engaged articles will be put in the Top part of that section.
Our goal is to help you discover important new developments and resources that you can connect to your work, in order to increase the impact you can make in your work on climate. We’re just getting started and we welcome your feedback! Thanks for being here, let’s build momentum in the climate movement together!