CLIMATE CHANGE INFORMATION LINKS DIRECTORY 1
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The Review finds that all countries will be affected by climate change, but it is the poorest countries that will suffer earliest and most. Unabated climate change risks raising average temperatures by over 5°C from pre-industrial levels. Such changes would transform the physical geography of our planet, as well as the human geography – how and where we live our lives.
EPA's Climate Change Site offers comprehensive information on the issue of climate change in a way that is accessible and meaningful to all parts of society – communities, individuals, business, states and localities, and governments.
The Original Biocentric Climate Science, Policy & Advocacy Search Engine
EcoEarth.Info is a one of a kind Environment Portal - with genuine Internet search, cutting biocentric commentary, social network & constant news and link tracking - all dedicated to achieving global environmental sustainability
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has been established by WMO and UNEP to assess scientific, technical and socio- economic information relevant for the understanding of climate change, its potential impacts and options for adaptation and mitigation. It is open to all Members of the UN and of WMO.IPCC 5th Assessment Report - 2013
Warming of the climate system is unequivocal, and since the 1950s, many of the observed
An increasing body of observations gives a collective picture of a warming world and other changes in the climate system. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), 2001
Union of Concerned Scientists - Global warming is one of the most serious challenges facing us today. To protect the health and economic well-being of current and future generations, we must reduce our emissions of heat-trapping gases by using the technology, know-how, and practical solutions already at our disposal.
Planet Ark works to show people the many ways they can reduce their day to day impact on the environment - at home, at work and in the community.
Global warming photography - photographs of global climate change in the Arctic, Antarctica, glaciers, temperate climate zones, rising seas.
International body disseminating information on global warming science and policy, sponsoring research. Serving governmental, non-governmental organizations
Global Warming (The Warming of the Earth) - The Woods Hole Research Center.
After years of debate, a near consensus among the world's scientists has concluded that we are warming the planet, and unless we take steps now to curb global warming, our way of life, our planet, and our children are all in grave danger.
But there is hope. Each us can make simple decisions that will reduce global warming pollution. The Sierra Club's network of activists and volunteers are dedicated to curbing global warming. We are working with churches, labor unions, mayors and state governments to bring about a cleaner, smarter energy future.
- It Matters
Climate Change: Research Explorer
International Climate and Environmental Research - CICERO
Center for Global
Change and Arctic System Research
Scientist Special Report on Climate Change
Research Institute for Climate Prediction (IRI)
Marine Global Change Study (IMAGES)
of Europe's Changing Climate
Center for Clouds,
Chemistry, and Climate (C4)
on Climate Change: Understanding the Science
World Journeys: Mercury Rising
Research Center (CCRC)
from the BBC Weather Centre
of the Earth: Climate
Wildlife Fund (WWF) Climate Change Campaign
Change, GHG Registries
The Climate Encyclopaedia
Sila: Clue in to
The directory provides links to web-accessible resources in categories of relevance to policymaking. Links to climate change portals of UNEP/WHO and other international bodies.
A comprehensive directory of descriptions of data sets of relevance to global change research.
From the Goddard Space Flight Center.
The Climate Group is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing business and government leadership on climate change. We are based in the UK, the USA and Australia and we operate internationally.
The Business Resource for Climate Management is a free, Web-based resource to help companies of all sizes and sectors understand and address climate change in a way that aligns environmental responsibility with business success.
International Emissions Trading Association:
The International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) is a non-profit organization created in June 1999 to establish a functional international framework for trading greenhouse gas emission reductions.
Prototype Carbon Fund:
A partnership between 17 companies and 6 governments, managed by the World Bank, the PCF became operational in April 2000.
An environmental sustainability source, Eco Earth is an information gateway empowering the movement for environmental sustainability.
IUCN - The World Conservation Union:
A conservation organisation founded in 1948 devoted to conservation of nature and the sensible use of natural resources - locally, nationally, regionally and globally. IUCN is made up of Members (a few more than 1000 organisations in 140 countries), Commissions (6 with around 10,000 members) and the Secretariat (at least 1400 people worldwide).
A leading source of information on the interactions among key environmental, social and economic trends, Worldwatch Institute offers a unique blend of interdisciplinary research, global focus, and accessible writing sources.
Heating up the Earth with Global Warming & How to Stop It! The rise in the average temperatures of the Earth's oceans and atmosphere is popularly referred to as global warming. Because global warming can also cause long-term changes in the earth's climate, scientists also refer to it as "climate change." The fact that global warming is occurring has been firmly established by science. The controversy concerning global warming, however, centers around whether humans are responsible for the ongoing increase in average global temperatures. The vast majority of scientists who study the world's climate agree that humans are at least partly responsible for the current trends in global climate change. .