- Climate Change News Digest
A weekly newsletter summarizing recent climate news.
- Climate Change Predicted To Drive Trees Northward
The most extensive and detailed study to date of 130 North American tree species concludes that expected climate change this century could shift their ranges northward by hundreds of kilometers and shrink ranges by more than half.
- Climate Change Will Significantly Increase Impending Bird Extinctions
By 2100, climate change could cause up to 30% of land-bird species to go extinct worldwide, according to the worst-case scenario of a recent study.
- Global Climate Change: A Series of 7 Lectures Exploring Our World and Ourselves
Seven basic, excellent, one-hour podcasts on climate change by various climate change researchers at the University of Arizona, including discussions on The Evidence, What's Ahead, The Role of Living Things, Ocean Impacts and Feedbacks, Disease and Society, Geoengineering, and Designing Policy Responses.
- Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
This Nobel Peace Prize-winning group has produced some of the most comprehensive reports on climate change.
- The Science of Global Warming from Environmental Defense
Environmental Defense, a leading national nonprofit organization, has linked science, economics, law and innovative private-sector partnerships to create breakthrough solutions to the most serious environmental problems. Global warming is the most serious environmental challenge of our time. It is more urgent and its dangers are more fundamental than most Americans realize.
The Rough Guide to Climate Change I (Paperback, 2006
A complete guide to one of the most pressing problems facing humanity. From the current situation and back ground science to the government sceptics and possible solutions, this book covers the whole subject. The guide also includes lifestyle advice and tips for consumers who want to make a difference in tomorrow's climate, and comes complete with a glossary of web sites for further information.
The Down to Earth Guide to Global Warming (Paperback, 2007)
Laurie David and Cambria Gordon
This guide for young readers is filled with fact about global warming and its disastrous consequences, loads of photos and illustrations, as well as suggestions for how kids can help combat global warming in their homes, schools, and communities. Engagingly designed, this text will educate and empower, leaving readers with the knowledge they need to understand this problem and a sense of hope to inspire them into action.
Climate Change and Biodiversity (Paperback, 2005)
Edited by Thomas E. Lovejoy and Lee Hannah
Leading researchers discuss what is now known about the effects of climate change on the natural world. They examine recent trends in and projections about climate change; ways that particular organisms are responding to climate change; conservation challenges, including social and policy issues; and more.