Some Interesting Links

In browsing around the internet this week I found some sites with good information about global warming:

Reporting on Climate Change: Understanding the Science – A 100-page book, free to download or $30 in print form, that does an excellent job summarizing the science behind climate change.

Celsias (Blog) – Great background essays on climate science, also some very funny posts.

Woods Hole Research Center – Excellent resource with background articles, links for further reading, and more.

MarketWatch Special Report: An Investor Guide to Global Warming – A five-part series that ran each day this week covering everything from green investments to the role of insurers.

Do you have favorite sites for information on climate change? Post the links!

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  1. Enrique
    Posted May 19, 2007 at 10:36 am | Permalink

    I have found the following websites very useful. Let’s you find out how many solar panels you need for your house. A magazine dedicated to alternative energy.
    This is a blog dedicated to the interaction between technology and the enviroment around the world. It has been more useful one on concrete steps to reduced CO2. This is a venture capitalist and financial investments webstie on alternative energies.

  2. Posted May 23, 2007 at 4:07 pm | Permalink

    Here’s another good site I found:

    There’s a page on climate change, but it’s more than just that. The site has “ideas for sustainable living” in six different categories: live, grow, eat, play, wear, give.

  3. Posted December 18, 2007 at 8:37 am | Permalink

    Here is another link, from, where we try educating users through discussions on topics like these.
    One can see, how educated or ignorant are our common masses on as serious a threat. It’s high time, people take control of this & start acting on individual levels as well if we wish to gift healthy livelihood & surroundings to our future generations.

  4. Posted January 24, 2010 at 6:37 pm | Permalink

    I found your site via yahoo thanks for the post. I will bookmark it for future reference. Thanks