For more resources and information about climate change, why not have a browse of one of the following links:
The Guardian newspaper's "Everything you need to know about climate change" interactive guide is a great place to go for an introduction to the science, politics, impacts and technologies around climate change.
Eldis Climate Change Resource Guide provides links to a wide variety of research papers and news articles, with links to other sites.
The Potsdam Institute for Climate Research website carries papers on vulnerability and adaptation to climate change, and also a game to teach people about the impacts of climate change.
The Tyndall Centre is one of the leading research institutes with research programmes covering a wide range of topics, including vulnerability and adaptation, energy aspects and policy.
Climate Change, Poverty & Development
IIED is a leading research organisation in the UK with a significant programme on climate change, focused on the needs of developing countries to adapt to climate change that is already happening.
Practical Action is a member of Climate Action Network - Europe, a network of organisations concerned about climate change, and the official NGO body recognised at the climate change negotiations. CAN - Europe's website contains reports from the negotiations and from member organisations as well as many other links.
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) website is very full of resources; the following links are to the very informative Third Assessment Report, where the summary reports can be selected. www.grida.no/climate/ipcc_tar/
The Linking Climate Adaptation (LCA) Network acts as a space for communities, policy-makers, practitioners and academics to share experiences and knowledge about adaptation to climate change in developing countries.
The Co-Operative Bank is campaigning to combat climate change.
In the film and book An Inconvenient Truth, former US vice-president Al Gore argues that argues that global warming is not just about science, nor is it just a political issue: it is a moral issue and we have a responsibility to do something about it.
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