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GLOBAL WARMING RESOURCE LINKS
(also see links on other pages within this section)
Global Warming (Encarta Encyclopedia)

Global Change Master Directory (NASA)
Global Warming and Climate Change Policy WWW sites listing. A Directory to Earth Science data and services.
Includes Learning Center.

Global Warming (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration-NOAA)
What is the greenhouse effect? 

A.R.M. Education Site (Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program - Dept. of Energy Program)
Information and resources pertaining to understanding global climate change, global warming - for beginners and experts, lesson plans, quizzes, Ask a Scientist questions/answers, and resource links. 

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Global Warming Site (EPA)

Global Warming - The Dangers, The Science, Calculate Your Impact, Global Warming Myths and Facts, What You Can Do.  We are seeing devastation to some of Earth's fragile ecosystems and their dependent biodiversity, experiencing rising health problems, witnessing changes in established weather patterns that are endangering lives and disrupting economies.   It's happening and we need to take immediate steps in our daily lives to reverse our harmful activities. Get the facts and learn ways you can help.
(Fight Global Warming - Environmental Defense)

Global Warming (Union of Concerned Scientists)

The Warming of the Earth (The Woods Hole Research Center)
A beginner's guide to understanding the issues of global warming.
see graphic illustration on the Greenhouse Effect  (click on The Greenhouse Effect)
If you are using Netscape and get locked into their site and can't "Back" out, bring down your "Go" menu to return.

Toxins

Global Warming International Center (GWIC)

Global Warming:  Focus on the Future
Explore how natural processes have changed climate in the past and how human activities may be warming the
Earth today.  Global warming:  history, causes, problems, nasty surprises
What can you do about it?  Go on a greenhouse gas diet.  Add up your CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions
Developed jointly by the American Museum of Natural History and the Environmental Defense Fund.
Official web version of the exhibit, Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast, which has been touring the U.S. and on display at the Smithsonian Institute.

National Center for Photovoltaics  (U.S. Dept. of Energy)
Click into About Photovoltaics and on underlined linked words.  Learn what solar cells are made of, how sunlight is converted to energy, the advantages of solar energy (such as free, clean and silent), and various ways it is used.
Scroll down for info and links - also see links on the left.
Solar Electricity Educational Resources
Master Index provided to help you find the information you need.

National Renewable Energy Laboratory (U.S. Dept of Energy)
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is the nation's primary laboratory for renewable energy and energy efficiency Research and Development.

Learn all about renewable energy sources: 
Solar, Wind,  Hydropower, Biomass,
Hydrogen, Geothermal, Ocean
Explanatory graphics and animations provided.

Airhead.org  
Are you an airhead?  Calculate your environmental impact. Site includes a database of products by brand name to help consumers determine how much pollution they create.

Carbon Cycle (see "Biological Engine of our Living Planet" on Great Links page for links to information) 
 

 


NEWS

After Oil:  What to do when the oil runs out  (MSNBC Special Report)
Hydrogen researchers step on the gas.  Links to resources on oil and energy are provided.

Hydrogen researchers step on the gas - MSNBC Special Report
Despite urgency to replace fossil fuels, major scientific hurdles remain
 


UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE (UNFCCC)
"Determined to protect the climate system for present and future generations"

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
Official website of the UNFCCC

The house that humans built

Global Climate Change Treaty:  The Kyoto Protocol
Susan R. Fletcher
Senior Analyst in International Environmental Policy
Resources, Science, and Industry Division 
Updated March 6, 2000

A Beginner's Guide to the UN Framework Convention and Its Kyoto Protocol

The Convention and Kyoto Protocol
Click on "Full Text of the Convention."  For a brief overview, read
"United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change," and "Objective."

Also see our Global Change page
 


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