The Northern Climate Network brings together a diverse array of expertise. If there is a website, video or resource that has helped you better understand climate change, please share it with us
The U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit provides scientific tools, information, and expertise to help people manage their climate-related risks and opportunities, and improve their resilience to extreme events. The site is designed to serve interested citizens, communities, businesses, resource managers, planners, and policy leaders at all levels of government.
The CAKE site aims to build a shared knowledge base for managing natural and built systems in the face of rapid climate change. Just as importantly, it provides tremendous informational resources intended to help build an innovative community of practice.
The CRED has produced an excellent guide for communicating about climate change. It contains a wealth of information on the subject, including psychological information useful for motivating people to care about climate change.
The Yale Project site features many resources including peer-reviewed articles, research papers, videos and webinars. These focus on issues of communication and the goal of changing the public perception of climate change.
The Climate Access “Tips and Tools” page features a variety of great recommendations from experts on climate change communication. These recommendations are also highly accessible as they are provided in the form of easy-to-use tip sheets.
The Talking Climate website provides a variety of great guides for communicating about climate change. It also provides a great database of research done on climate communication, a newsletter service, and an informative blog dealing with current issues relating to climate change.
Website currated by science journalist, Ross Gelbspan with regular news, science and solution related resources and updates.