Climate Tagger for Drupal

Climate Tagger Drupal Module is a simple, free and easy-to-use way to integrate Climate Tagger into any web site based on the Drupal Content Management System.

Climate Tagger, based on the Climate Tagger API, has been helping knowledge-driven web sites better catalog, categorize, contextualize and connect their data with that from the broader climate knowledgeClimate is typically defined as the average weather (or more rigorously a statistical description of the average in terms of the mean and variability) over a period of time, usually 30 years. These quantities are most often surface variables such as temperature, precipitation, and wind. Climate ... community since 2011.

Climate Tagger is backed by the expansive Climate Compatible DevelopmentClimate compatible development is development that minimises the harm caused by climate impacts, while maximising the many human development opportunities presented by transitions to a low emissions, resilient future. Charting a path towards climate compatible development will be a major ... Thesaurus, developed by experts in multiple fields and continuously updated to remain current.

Use Cases of the Climate Tagger Drupal Module:

  • Automatically tag all content, or specific types of content, on a web site, portal or any other Drupal-based online presence
  • Automatically generate expert recommendations for tags from the Climate Compatible Development Thesaurus based on standard taxonomy and relevant terms in the field
  • Guide your users to content within your web site that shares tags or related content in a list view that shows similarly tagged pages or documents
  • Automatically tag content published in English, French, Spanish, German or Portuguese

Features of the Climate Tagger Module:

  • FREE – the Climate Tagger Module is free to install and use; updates are also free and automatic once you have implemented the Climate Tagger Module
  • The plug-in easily allows whoever is managing the web site to determine which content types will be automatically tagged
  • The webmaster can also set up and schedule “batch jobs” for automatic updating, and tailor settings for certain content types
  • Tagging options include: automatically generating tags only after they have appeared with a preset frequency in the web site or subpage being tagged; automatically limiting tags to only the most frequent terms, based on scoring thresholds you choose
  • The Climate Tagger user interface allows whoever is updating a page to add and remove suggested tags as needed. Authors can also add their own tags, even those that do not appear in the Thesaurus.
  • The Thesaurus behind the Climate Tagger includes standard terminology from the climate and development sectors, including energy efficiencyUsing less energy/electricity to perform the same function. Programs designed to use electricity more efficiently - doing the same with less., renewable energyRenewable energy is power generated from infinite sources, such as wind or solar power. Conventional energy is generated from finite sources, such as natural gas or fossil oil., green growthGreen growth means promoting economic growth while reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, minimising waste and inefficient use of natural resources, and maintaining biodiversity. Green growth means improving health prospects for populations and strengthening energy security through ..., REDD+It is expected that support for REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) should achieve cost effective emission reductions, as well as biodiversity and livelihoods benefits. REDD-plus includes conservation, the sustainable management of forests and the enhancement of ... (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest DegradationIt is expected that support for REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) should achieve cost effective emission reductions, as well as biodiversity and livelihoods benefits.), monitoring and evaluationM&E is the process by which data are collected and analyzed in order to provide information to policy makers and others for use in program planning and project management. Monitoring focuses on the implementation process and progress towards the achievement of program objectives. Evaluation ..., greenhouse gas emissionsGreenhouse gas emissions cause dangerous anthropogenic climate change. Emissions include CO2, fluoridated gases, methane which are emitted by human activity such as deforestation and burning fossil fuels, and water vapour. in industry, and the economics of adaptation, and is continuously being updated and expanded to new sectors.
  • Any extensions of the Thesaurus are automatically integrated into any site with the Climate Tagger Drupal Module
  • The Climate Tagger can be implemented in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and German

You can download the Climate Tagger Drupal Module here:

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