A New Hub for Climate Change Info

The author of today’s post, Lisa Moore, Ph.D., is a scientist in the Climate and Air program.

Here’s something to complement the climate change reading list and list of links that Bill posted a while back.

The folks who publish the journal Nature have just launched Nature Reports: Climate Change, an information hub that brings together research, news, analysis, and commentary. It also links to the blog Nature launched last April, Climate Feedback.

I’ve taken a quick tour, and it looks promising. What do you think?

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  1. Posted September 21, 2007 at 10:34 pm | Permalink

    I like the NATURE climate site and the NATURE climate blogs. NATURE is a respectable source and the discussions on the blogs are thought provoking and don’t end up in shouting matches as with many other climate blogs. I really wish there’d be a climate change blog somewhere that would require the posters to list their sources (respectable, believable sources). The NATURE blogs come closest to this in my opinion.

  2. adrianne
    Posted September 24, 2007 at 12:58 pm | Permalink

    In conjonction with that, I must mention one of the most important climate resources, especially for the fact that it underlines another aspect of climate: the fact that climate and oceans are related. Also, in the material collection, there are references to other information resources that I strongly recomment.