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All IPCC definitions taken from Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis. Working Group I Contribution to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Annex I, Glossary, pp. 941-954. Cambridge University Press.

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  • UU-UNO Climate Change Task Force
    Features topical articles, news, and resources for climate change / global warming education from authoritative sources, on science, impacts and mitigation / adaptation strategies - emphasizing what you can do to help.

  • A Global Warming Primer
    A short primer on the basic science of global warming, in Q&A format.

  • AGW Observer
    This blog is about climate science with an emphasis on the observations of the climate change that is currently ongoing.

  • Alliance for Climate Education
    ACE is a national nonprofit dedicated to educating America's high school students about the science behind climate change and inspiring them to do something about it—while having fun along the way.

  • Clean Energy Ideas - Global Warming
    The global warming section of the Clean Energy Ideas website is home to informative articles on various topics surrounding global warming and climate change.

  • Climate Charts & Graphs
    Step by step procedures to make your own climate data charts using on-line climate data.

  • Climate Denial Crock of the Week
    YouTube videos debunking disinformation spread by global warming skeptics.

  • Climate Disruption
    A (relatively) short course on Climate Disruption [shorter than years at university!]. A collection of links to a variety of video presentations on the climate crisis we face.

  • Global Carbon Project
    Was established in 2001 in recognition of the enormous scientific challenge and fundamentally critical nature of the carbon cycle for Earth sustainability.

  • Global Climate Change Student Guide
    This guide represents an up-to-date review of climate change. Throughout, the focus has essentially been on global climate change, although reference to regional scale climatic change has been made if and when necessary. On their own each chapter is

  • Global Warming Causes
    Changing planet is a web site that aims to promote environmental awareness. Keep yourself informed on global warming and climate change causes, endangered species and alternative energy sources.

  • Global Warming For Dummies
    Global Warming For Dummies sorts out fact from fiction, explaining the science behind climate change and examining the possible long-term effects of a warmer planet.

  • Global Warming: Man or Myth
    This Website tries to bridge the knowledge gap by summarizing some of the key research that has led scientists to their overwhelming consensus while also addressing some of the unfounded claims by climate change denialists.

  • Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast
    Series of video lectures by David Archer based on his book Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast

  • Grandchildren and the future
    This is a site of part information, part advocacy & it sort of traces my own journey of learning about the problem.

  • How to Talk to a Global Warming Sceptic
    A layman's guide to defending against the assorted specious attacks that are out there, both by pointing out the basic logical fallacies and providing reference material to avoid the typical

  • Labrascals
    Lab Rascals - hands-on primary science entertainment in Hull and Yorkshire, where all children take part in cool science experiments.

  • Mendeley
    Organize, share and discover research papers (Like iTunes for research papers. Mendeley is a free research management tool for desktop & web)

  • Pollution Problems
    Up to date info on pollution

  • Responses to Questions & Objections
    This document discusses some of that evidence and responds to some of the most common objections. It is not intended to be comprehensive and the interested reader is referred to the reference list and the ‘Useful Resources’ section at the end.

  • State of Flux
    Images of climate change by NASA's eyes on the earth.

  • SwiftHack.com
    Offers dozens of links daily to reality-based news and analysis related to the ClimateGate story. The site will serve as an informal clearinghouse for pushback against the rapidly developing ‘SwiftHack’ smear campaign against climate science.

  • The Dictionary of the Climate Debate
    A tool I've created to help me learn the cast of characters and language of the global warming debate.

  • The Discovery of Global Warming
    An in-depth online history of all aspects of global warming science by Spencer Weart

  • The Global Warming Debate
    A Layman’s Guide to the Science and Controversy

  • The Top 50 Eco Blogs
    From Daryl Hannah and Al Gore to the science and economics of climate change, the very best of the web.

  • The Wavelet Tutorial
    The Engineer's ultimate guide to Wavelet Analysis.

  • Timeline of climate science
    Puts the history of climate science, policy and media reports into perspective.

  • Vital Climate Graphics
    Based on the reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

  • WoodForTrees
    Features C++ software tools for analysis and graphing of time series data, and an interactive graph generator where you can play with different ways of analysing data.



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