Introducing dClimate

A Decentralized Network for Climate Data


About dClimate

A transparent, decentralized marketplace where climate data, forecasts, and models are standardized, monetized, and distributed.

An immutable record for climate data releases to avoid disputes and errors

Open marketplace where all data and forecasts have impartial "skill scores" that makes it easy for consumers to shop for climate data

Creates a distribution mechanism for data publishers and forecasting entities to monetize their work

dClimate's Mandate

End stagnation in the climate data industry and bring increased access, lower costs, better security, better
accuracy, and both wider and deeper data coverage — to the benefit of all participants.


Founding Team

The dClimate founders are also the founders of Arbol Inc., which will serve as an anchor client for the network. They have decades of combined experience in senior leadership roles across several industries, including finance, commodities, technology, AI, and data science.


Sid Jha

Founding Partner 

Founder of Arbol Inc. and currently serves as Chairman and CEO. Prior to Arbol, he had over 13 years of experience in the financial industry covering the interest rates and commodities in both quantitative research and trading roles.


Ben Andre 

Founding Partner 

Co-founder of Arbol Inc. and currently serves as the organization’s CTO. Ben is fascinated by organization building and technology projects. He graduated from McGill University with a BA in Music and Computer Science.


Philippe Heilberg

Founding Partner

Co-founder of Arbol Inc. and currently serves as its President, COO & CFO. After graduating summa cum laude from the Wharton School with a BS and MBA, he went to work at top tier financial institutions like Salomon Brothers and AIG.


Osho Jha

Founding Partner 

Co-founder of Arbol Inc and currently serves as its Chief Data Scientist. At Arbol, he oversees the development of data-driven parametric products. Osho graduated early from Carnegie Mellon University where he studied mathematics.

Recent Media

Michael Kapilkov 


Farmers could soon be hedging their risks with decentralized weather data. They’re [Arbol] tackling a problem that affects billions of people.


We can hedge any kind of weather or non weather risk as long as there is a dataset with a long enough history.


Steve Evans


It’s a potentially revolutionary way to connect risk and demonstrates the role technology can play in connecting reinsurance capital from diverse sources more directly to protection buyers.


Read the dClimate Whitepaper

Read the dClimate Whitepaper to learn more about the network, the problem dClimate is working to solve, and the tokenomics of WTHR, the network's governance token.


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