Introduction

  -using this resource

Global warming

  -the facts

  -case study

  -hot map

  -CO calculator

  -pledge guest book

Activities

  -lesson activities

  -data analysis

  -data logging

  -quiz

Resources

  -links page

 

 


Website Description
http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/
antenna/climatechange
Good for background information, well pitched for teachers and students.
http://www.climateprediction.com 

 

The climateprediction.com program is a state-of-the-art simulation of the climate system which runs on your PC. By downloading the program you will be contributing to the study of climate change and, in particular, helping to resolve some of the uncertainties in the science of climate change.
Greenhouse network
http://www.greenhousenet.org/resources/
faqsglobalwarming.html
A series of frequently asked questions and answers about global warming.
United Nations Environment Programme
http://www.grida.no/db/maps/collection/
climate6/index.htm


A series of graphical data from the COP nations about greenhouse gas emissions.
Environweb.org
http://globalwarming.enviroweb.org/

 

This site details the causes, effects and solutions of global warming. Some games included.
World Resources Institute
http://www.wri.org/climate/contributions_map.html

 

Map to show historical global carbon dioxide emissions.
Greenpeace
http://www.greenpeace.org/~climate/

 

Campaign to save the climate section details causes and solutions to global warming.
SafeClimate
http://www.safeclimate.net/

 

 

Students can work out their carbon footprint and find out about campaigning.