The history of scientific work on climate change from the 19th century to 2001, told in a set of hyperlinked essays
The updated Position Statement of the American Geophysical Union.
International Energy Agency. Introduction to climate change, information on technical solutions. Reports and a regular newsletter, details of forthcoming conferences, links to other sites.
Provides access to data and information on climate change research, adaptation/mitigation strategies and technologies, and global warming related educational resources for users worldwide.
Established by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to assess available scientific, technical, and socio-economic information in the field of climate change.
Scientific research, links, educational resources, U.S. national assessment of the potential consequences of climate variability and change
Climate change information from GRID-Arendal, the United Nations Environment Programme information office.
Article reviews scientific understanding of the issue of greenhouse gases and climate change, as presented in peer-reviewed publications. This understanding serves as the underlying basis of the American Geophysical Union's position statement of December 1998.
News, feature articles, data and reference reviews on many aspects of our changing world.
Provides, for the German government, recommendations for research and further action to combat global problems in the field of environment and development