Climate Fiction Cli-Fi - SAR-CLIMATE

Climate Fiction (Cli-Fi) and Climate Realities

Dystopian futures, tsunamis as high as skyscrapers, and the end of the world as we know it!
Authors and movie producers have drawn inspiration from climate change emergencies to create climate awareness.

Climate Fiction or Cli-Fi helps readers and viewers imagine potential real-life solutions to climate crises that they face either worldwide or within their communities. As a result, Cli-Fi can help readers adapt to a changing climate.

The content of some movies and books may be sensitive to some readers or viewers. In no way does SAR-Climate or its administrators endorse the storylines, content, or opinions expressed by the characters and/or authors of these selected fictional works.

Today’s fiction is tomorrow’s reality as impossible disasters and apocalyptic scenarios jump out of story books into our real lives.


The Big Melt by Ned Tillman

Thank You, Earth: A Love Letter to Our Planet by April Pulley Sayre


My Octopus Teacher by Pippa Ehrlich and James Reed (2021)

Rango by Gore Verbinski (2011)