Climate change is potentially changing our way of life: how we travel, what we eat, and how we interact and perceive the environment and our wellbeing. These perceptions and actions are mediated by the cultural filters of different segments of society. Cultural knowledge and values frame the interpretation of human and environment interactions. Our research engages with stakeholders, analyzes and models cultural differences and investigates social networks and their ability to organize the flow of cultural environmental knowledge and values, and also contribute to the generation of environmental knowledge.