Climate Change : Links

There are 54 documents in this section.

  • World View of Global Warming

    24 June 2003

    Developed by Gary Braasch, an environmental photographer who for 25 years has reported on natural history, this site is his photo guide to global warming around the world. Its main focus is to document climate change through science photography. It examines regions across all climatic zones from the Arctic and Antarctica to the Tropics. It also records, through photography, the impact of climate change on glaciers, oceans, coral reefs, forests, wildlife and much more.

  • Environmental Investigation Agency

    17 June 2003

    With offices in London and Washington DC, EIA is an independent, international campaigning organisation committed to investigating and exposing environmental crime such as the illegal trade in wildlife, illegal logging and trade in timber species, and the world-wide trade in ozone depleting substances. Its website includes information about its current campaigns and action, news, a photo gallery and links.

  • Living Planet Report (WWF)

    17 June 2003

    The excellent Living Planet Report is WWF's periodic update on the state of the world's ecosystems - as measured by the Living Planet Index - and the human pressures on them through the consumption of renewable natural resources - as measured by the Ecological Footprint. There is a cause/effect linkage between the two measures.

  • Third World Network

    22 May 2002

    TWN, based in Malaysia, is an international network of organizations and individuals involved in issues relating to development, the Third World and North-South relations. Its website contains a wealth of information on trade, environment, human and women's rights issues, from a broad developing world perspective. It also includes publications, papers, action alerts and UN statements.

  • Pew Center on Global Climate Change

    3 August 2001

    Contains information on business-focused climate change initiatives.

  •'s Climate Change Campaign

    19 July 2001 campaign on Climate Change. A useful resource containing news items, reports, feature articles and links.

  • Earth Negotiations Bulletin

    27 February 2001

    Very useful updates of all meetings of UN conventions and subsidary bodies.

  • Climate Research Unit, University of East Anglia

    27 February 2001

    The Climatic Research Unit, of the University of East Anglia in the UK, is recognised as one of the world's leading institutions concerned with the study of natural and anthropogenic climate change. Its website includes information on its latest research, publications, data and software, academic programmes and links.

  • GRID-Arendal

    27 February 2001

    Set up in 1989, the Norwegian Government and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) established an environmental information centre in Arendal, Norway. The centre was linked to UNEP's Global Resource Information Database (GRID). The aim of the centre is to provide environmental information and communications, with a special emphasis on making science-based knowledge understandable to the public. Its website includes press releases, reports, regional information networks and news. The centre also has a special interest in climate change.

  • World Meterological Organisation, The

    27 February 2001

    This UN 185-member organisation based in Geneva, provides an authoritative scientific voice on the state and behaviour of the Earth's atmosphere and climate. From weather prediction to air pollution research, climate change-related activities, ozone layer depletion studies and tropical storm forecasting, the WMO co-ordinates global scientific activity to allow increasingly prompt and accurate weather information. Its website includes an on-line libary, publications, links and a 'Hot topics' section.