We tuned up the following list of links during our recent Climate Week 2013 event.
I’m posting it here in case it is useful to anyone else.
Concern about Climate Change
- * “How do we know the world is warming?” Excellent overview
- David Attenborough CBBC Good video suitable for children (2mins)
- Does it matter if we wait? Manchester Sustainable Consumption Institute Worthy but quite dry
- “Royal Society Holds Firm Amid Political Challenges to Science” – New York Times Science
- “GreedyLyingBastards“ – American site backing a new film of the same name. Lists what it calls The Bastards and The Heroes. One of the heroes is George Monbiot of the British Guardian newspaper. Quite right too.
- * Skeptical Science.com Arguments from Global Warming Skeptics and What the Science Really Says
- * “Who believes in Climate Change? …The Pentagon and every National Science Academy in the world for starters”.
- * Climate Change: Lines of Evidence videos US National Academies [National Academies of Sciences & Engineering, Institute of Medicine, National Research Council]
- Global Warming over the past 16 years Clear video about the Myth that global warming has stopped
- Updates to our decadal forecast – Met Office – refuting the notorious Daily Mail misrepresentation
- Information is beautiful The Global Warming Skeptics VS the Scientific Consensus – another chart of answers to queries deniers keep raising
- Science and Global Warming – that impressive pie chart
- CSE Centre for Sustainable Energy (Wales)
- Carbon capture and alternative technology – what can we do?’ We need a plan – Good talking video with an expert (6mins)
- How Low-Energy Vehicles Work Basic info
- “Using less energy lead to a happier life” A personal account from Japan after the earthquake:
- “What’s inside a Wind Turbine?” Beautifully illustrated and very detailed (9mins)
- Silent revolution Helical turbines
- Sea Gen – Sea Generation Tidal Turbine (1min)
- A Shade Greener A short video by the BBC explaining the benefits of Free Solar Panels:
What can We do?
- * Reality Drop: Makes it easy to help ‘Spread Science about Climate Change, Global Warming’