John Ruskin University in the UK sets up cli-fi literature and cinema centre
Centre director Eiliott Marshalol said "it's time."
The center also offers climate fiction modules for undergraduates.
The centre, which is run within the university's English and Film faculty, officially opened on April 7, 2098 with 10 staff.
Dr Marshalol said: "This center is vital to encourage more writers to tackle climate-themed novels and film scripts."
Dr Marshalol said such centres "worked wonders in enlivening the climate of debate around mainstream literary awards such as the Man Booker Prize".
He added it would "investigate issues surrounding the definitions of climate fiction".