Climate Links

Photo: Badlands National Park

What would those in the know like others to understand about climate and climate change? Presenting relevant links in a somewhat random fashion:


  • What is the impact of tourism on climate change and of climate change on tourism? = ¿Cuál es el impacto del turismo en el cambio climático y del cambio climático en el turismo?
  • What are the ways to promote low carbon economies? = ¿Cuáles son las formas de promover economías bajas en carbono?
  • Carbon dioxide emissions are being absorbed by the oceans, making them more acidic. How long can corals survive? = Las emisiones de dióxido de carbono están siendo absorbidas por los océanos, haciéndolos más ácidos. ¿Cuánto tiempo pueden sobrevivir los corales?
  • What are examples from parks around the world which document the impact of local climate change? = ¿Cuáles son los ejemplos de parques de todo el mundo que documentan el impacto del cambio climático local?

“Communicating climate change findings from IPCC reports: insights from outreach events in India” – Bangabandhu Chair
Communicating climate change findings from IPCC reports: insights from outreach events in India – Springer


2020 Climate Ambition Summit

Hashtag: #ClimateAction

The beginning of the beginning for Biden’s climate push
Political battle lines emerge over Wall Street’s focus on climate

Was Global Warming Data ‘Faked’ to ‘Fit Climate Change Fictions’? – Snopes
Billionaires back Canadian company to build first ‘negative emissions’ plant – National Post
Climate change in Nevada can be stopped with our help
UN’s flagship green finance fund fights to regain credibility – Financial Times
How to rescue the global climate agenda – Financial Times
Human Behavior Might Be The Hardest Part Of Climate Change To Predict
Coral Grief –
Trump’s biggest obstacle in pushing clean coal could be his own White House
Media reaction: Donald Trump’s climate and energy executive order
Half in US Are Now Concerned Global Warming Believers – Gallup
Climate Progress, With or Without Trump – NYT
Today’s Congressional Hearing on Climate Change Was a Colossal Train Wreck
Gutting NASA’s Earth Science Division Would Send Research Back to the Dark Ages
Vatican and U.S. church leaders urge Trump to reconsider environmental rollback
Trump team forfeits global leadership role on climate change – The Hill
These scientists want to create ‘red teams’ to challenge climate research. Congress is listening – Washington Post
‘Shell knew’: oil giant’s 1991 film warned of climate change danger
NASA Defiantly Releasing Climate Change Data Despite Trump Administration’s Anti-Science Agenda
Mapped: The climate change conversation on Twitter in 2016 – Carbonbrief@carbonbrief
GDI Lecture Series: The Magic Number: 1.5°C or 2°C Limit on Warming? with Dr Saleemul Huq @SaleemulHuq @GlobalDevInst
Why it’s time to radically overhaul UN climate summits@SaleemulHuq
A Timeline of Earth’s Average Temperature – XKCD
Planes need to stop existing in a parallel universe when it comes to the climate fight

Canadian scientists are now allowed to speak out about their work — and the government policy that had restricted communications.

Timeline: How BECCS became climate change’s ‘saviour’ technology
The Carbon Brief Interview: Tim Flannery @CarbonBrief @LeoHickman
Industrial-era global ocean heat uptake doubles in recent decades
Study: Deep Ocean Waters Trapping Vast Store of Heat

Deep Adaptation: A Map for Navigating Climate Tragedy

Fight for Planet A

New (2018)
Banking on Climate Change (PDF)

November 2017: National Climate Assessment (USA)


Spotlight: The Sun X Program’s_Green_Christmas.pdf

Climate Encyclical/Laudato Si
Catholic Bishops in the US Largely Ignore the Pope’s Concern About Climate Change, a New Study Finds
Papa Francesco, in esclusiva l’enciclica sull’ambiente ‘Laudato si’, mi’ Signore’

I keep hearing climate change referred to as the elephant in the room. Well, it’s not actually the elephant in the room. It is the room. There is no other room.
– Andrew Denton, The Comedy of Climate Change (Minute 20:30)

WTM World Responsible Tourism Day Keynote Speech and Climate Change Debate

Leo Hickman talks to Stephen Sackur at WTM
Download link (MPEG-4)
Leo Hickman on the WTM Hotseat

Recommended Reading
Climate change – what you can do
Climate Change Deniers vs The Consensus – Information Is Beautiful

Recommended Listening: Warm Regards #FanArt @ourwarmregards @EricHolthaus @Revkin @JacquelynGill #SciComm #Podcast

Recommended Listening
Warm Regards

The inconvenient scientists – A third of the CSIRO’s climate scientists have been sacked. It’s part of a radical change in direction at Australia’s premier science organisation.

Is there still hope on climate change? (RSA)

Tim Flannery: atmosphere of hope – Third way technologies, deliberative democracy, geo engineering, Paris – Tim Flannery explores and evaluates the possibilities for action on climate change.

Global warming: how policy can catch up to the science and solve the problem
After Copenhagen: Looking for real solutions
Climate change as an ethical issue
Lessons from East Anglia
Climate Change and the Psyche – All in the Mind
The challenge of climate change; the challenge for psychology – David Uzzell

The Politics of Climate Change
Anthony Giddens introduces a range of new concepts and proposals designed to address the most formidable challenge humanity faces this century.

Ignoring climate change – What’s the process that people go through in forming their own attitudes to climate change?

Klima Font (for climate change education)

Elsewhere on the Web
Covering Climate Now@CoveringClimate

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Carbon Footprint – the carbon dioxide emissions for which an individual or organization can be held responsible, as by their travel, fuel consumption, diet, energy requirements (Macquarie Dictionary)

List of climate scientists

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