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Climate Resources



Thanks to the Climate Forward Newsletter, New York Times Nov. 20, 2019  for compiling this initial list of resources. This list is a work in progress. To share your favorite resource, contact us.


Skeptical Science is brought to you by an international team of climate scientists who are dedicated to explaining climate change science & rebutting global warming misinformation.

NASA’s FAQs Climate page

Solid information from the Climate Reality Project - though you  shouldn’t lead by telling your listener that they are wrong.


The Birth of Climate Denial - a reminder that discussions of climate change were not always so policitically charged.

MIT - Today I Learned Series - You'll want to listen to more than one episode of this series. 

The climate crisis is an oceans crisis



Why Climate Change is Anti-Justice

Climate Change or Global Warming: humorous rebuttals to more than a dozen common climate myths.



Explore the Climate Emergency  in cartoons,  The Madhouse Effects:How Climate Change Denial Is Threatening Our Planet, Destroying Our Politics, and Driving Us Crazy- By Climate Scientist Michael Mann, and Cartoonist Tom Toles

For middle schoolers, What Is Climate Change? by Gail Herman and the World Health Organization Headquarters, illustrated by John Hinderliter


Drawdown, edited by Paul Hawken, catalogues the 100 best solutions, from hundreds of experts around the world and ranks their effectiveness. Drawdown is possibly the best collection of hands-on and systemic solutions, large and small, to reduce green house gas (GHG) emissions and begin to resequester the legacy carbon that we have been emitting since the dawn of the industrial age.   Explore online, or buy the book. If you are looking for project inspiration for your club or district, start here.