American Association for the Advancement of Science

In our 169-year history and in keeping with our mission to “advance science, engineering, and innovation throughout the world for the benefit of all people,” the AAAS has developed a strong record of speaking up for science. We will continue to be the “force for science,” and actively seek opportunities to expand our communication and advocacy activities.

Union of Concerned Scientists

At the Union of Concerned Scientists, we put rigorous science to work to build a healthier planet and a safer world. Our scientists and engineers develop and implement innovative, practical solutions to some of our planet’s most pressing problems—from combating global warming and developing sustainable ways to feedpower, and transport ourselves, to fighting misinformationadvancing racial equity, and reducing the threat of nuclear war

Debunking Denial

 

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

This is the official website of the IPCC, a scientific organization established by the United Nations to examine and evaluate global warming science. The panel produces a number of reports and updates, available for free on their website, that delve deep into current climate change research and assess the conclusions drawn and their implications. The IPCC is considered to be one of the preeminent sources for sound climate science. The reports available are sometimes quite technical and can be difficult to understand, but there are also presentations and publications available which more clearly explain the IPCC’s conclusions.

Purdue Climate Change Research Center

 

National Geographic: Environment

National Geographic has devoted a large section of their website to environmental issues, including global warming, resource scarcity, and the threat to biodiversity. The site combines very easy-to-understand writings with National Geographic’s famed photography to vividly illustrate the effects of global warming and the human impact on the planet.

Our scientists and engineers develop and implement innovative, practical solutions to some of our planet’s most pressing problems—from combating global warming and developing sustainable ways to feedpower, and transport ourselves, to fighting misinformationadvancing racial equity, and reducing the threat of nuclear war.

National Resource Defense Council

Fighting climate change by cutting carbon pollution and expanding clean energy is the best way to build a better future for our children. NRDC is tackling the climate crisis at its source: pollution from fossil fuels. We work to reduce our dependence on these dirty sources by expanding clean energy across cities, states, and nations. We win court cases that allow the federal government to limit carbon pollution from cars and power plants. We help implement practical clean energy solutions. And we fight oil and gas projects that would pump out even more pollution.

Skeptical Science

Possibly the most valuable Climate Resource on the web, Skeptical Science presents the broader picture of climate change by using only peer reviewed science and busting every climate denial myth along the way!

Ever been presented with a piece of climate denial you couldn’t immediate refute?

Check out the list of myths (currently more than 170) presented by so-called “sceptics” – read what they say , what the science actually says, and decide for yourself.

All of the science is linked back to its original peer-reviewed origin for further reading and reassurance.

Also available as a smartphone app; its Absolutely Brilliant.

Yale Climate Connections

Yale Climate Connections is a nonpartisan, multimedia service providing daily broadcast radio programming and original web-based reporting, commentary, and analysis on the issue of climate change, one of the greatest challenges and stories confronting modern society.

Yale Climate Connections aims to help citizens and institutions understand how the changing climate is already affecting our lives. It seeks to help individuals, corporations, media, non-governmental organizations, government agencies, academics, artists, and more learn from each other about constructive “solutions” so many are undertaking to reduce climate-related risks and wasteful energy practices.

Climate Change

Sustainable Economies

Food and Agriculture

Energy Consumption

Water

Air

Land

Pollution and Public Health

Living Creatures

Justice, Poverty, and Equity

Urban Sustainability