350 Campaign promotes James Hansen’s work. Read the rest of this entry »
Offers a free monthly e-mail magazine on climate change. Read the rest of this entry »
Go to: www.adaptationlearning.net Read the rest of this entry »
Arctic summer ice – IPCC prediction graph compared with recordings Read the rest of this entry »
13/11/2007 BBC has a good areas of infomation and news buried in its webpages. Read the rest of this entry »
Go to carbonrationing.org.uk
Go to www.carbondetox.org
Go to: www.http://www.carbontrust.co.uk
Initiative by Marple, a Cheshire UK community based website stimulating ideas and action on global warming. Go to: http://www.aglobalwarmingawareness2007.com/
Website to encoyrage and inform people how to cut trasnport emissions. Read the rest of this entry »
Good graphics etc
Go to http://www.exploratorium.edu/climate/index.html
Go to www.climatechangenews.org this shows what one person can achieve with determination.
Climate Outreach and Information Network (COIN)
George Marshall’s website Go to coinet.org.uk
Hanson has a list of excellent materials freely available, including presentations in pdf format – Read the rest of this entry »
Earthscan – publishes books etc on climate change. Read the rest of this entry »
1/7/2008 Conference pallned for 11th October Read the rest of this entry »
Edinburgh Science Festival 2008 is scheduled for 25th March to 5th April 2008 and it is understood that a major theme will be on climate change.
Go to www.greenfunders.org
Clyde Heritage Trust and Firth of Clyde Forum raise issue of climate change causing massive flooding in Glasgow area.
Go to: www.clydeforum.org
This website is for marketing sustainable products Read the rest of this entry »
Go to www.globalwitness.org
Go to www.philanthropycapiatl.org
Go to www. guardian.co.uk and look for environment articles – also their archive.
See also 350 Action world-wide website
Go to: http://holyrood350.org/
I Count asks you to pledge and shows you how to reduce your carbon emissions
Go to www.icount.org.uk
IPPC Report 2007 – the Policy Makers’ Summary (18 pages)
http://www.ipcc.ch/SPM2feb07.pdf (Needs Adobe to open the document)
NEF, New Economics Foundation – Economics as if people and the planet mattered.
Go to www.neweconomics.org
New website – Updating the Climate Science -What Path is the Real World Following? by Makiko Sato & James Hansen
Our aim is to help people understand global climate change — and how the factors that drive climate are changing. Read the rest of this entry »
Best source on US and climate change. Go to www.nytimes.com
Gives download of useful – Climate Safety pdf document
Written by climate scientists. Lots of technical articles but also good summary reviews especially on useful to counteract misleading reports in the media. Good archives. You can sign up for e-mail alerts when new information is posted on this site.
Scientists for Global Responsibility – AIMS Read the rest of this entry »
New campaign ‘Switch On to Climate Change’ Read the rest of this entry »
Described by Robert Henson as a mini-encyclopedia on climate change. Go to http://stephenschneider.standford.edu
“An average car in the US driven 10,000 in a year releases 5.5 tonnes of CO2 to the atmosphere”.
A good campaigning website.
Sustainable Scotland Network -bringing together planners across many authorities
Tck Tck Tck “I am ready for my leaders to make a strong climate deal” – sign up
Met Office site go to www.metoffice.com/research/hadleycentre provides material designed to inform the public.
Non-profit organisation provides information for policy makers and the public go to www.pewclimate.org
9/6/2009 Very relevant to carbon trading etc Read the rest of this entry »
The Royal Society – UK’s national academy of science has a section on climate change. Read the rest of this entry »
Notes for teachers and students on his book ‘We Are the Weather Makers’.
6/7/2009 This website is for artists and creative people in general to harness their skill to persuade people to face the reality of climate change and act accordingly.
WFC initiative in 2004 – first book published 2007 focuses on the moral case and rejects traditional conomics/market forces logic. Read the rest of this entry »