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Extreme ice survey in partner with works together to raise awareness about global warming. The extreme ice survey team has set up time lapse cameras across the globe and are recording the gradual melt of glaciers. Some of their results are eye opening. 350 is a website dedicated to spreading the word of climate change across the globe; both sites containing a list of how to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

This site narrows down on both emissions from Beijing, China and the United States. It includes pictures of "Blue sky days," which is basically a day with a very small amount of air pollution. And it also, includes pictures of the worst air pollution days. There is also a video explaining the affects of air pollution and calculations of Beijing, China's air pollution index.

This site shows calculations of the amount of Co2 emissions from the United States compared to several other countries. It notes the fact that over the last 150 years, the United States is responsible for 29% of Co2 emissions. Also, even considered individually, the 50 U.S. states are among the nation that are the largest emitters of carbon dioxide on Earth. There are several facts and great information. This article is also part of one of the most well known climate change blogs, voicing the opinion of the people.
Want to know current news without watching the TV? This website is recent news on the environment such as the oil spill in the Gulf, increasing CO2 emissions, unusual animal deaths, etc. It's updated daily and includes interesting information and current articles relating to climate change.

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This website is from the World Wildlife Fund and talks about the changes and impacts of the climate change that is occurring. Including information and action plans for polar bear deaths, deforestation, and coral reefs. Causes, impacts, and changes or results of this drastic climate change.
This article is a debate posted on, discussing green energy and the use of fossil fuels. This website views both sides of the spectrum and analysis the good and bad sides of switching to alternative energies, and why we have not already begun the change. When researching alternative energies this website was extremely helpful.
This website covers many parts of the global warming issues. It also has recent news and legislation, including the BP oil spill and a updated feed of news on the issue. This site had many interesting features, especially a one called impact zones, in which the writer analyzes the effects of global warming around the globe.
This website consists of a twenty minute video talking about the consumer part of global warming. It has been used in many classrooms including our own. Some have critiqued this video and has said it has some false, stretched facts, however the main idea of this video is true. Many economies are built around products and consumers and this contributes to all the factory pollutants and toxins that are released.


epa.PNGThis website belongs to the Environmental Protection Agency. We used this throughout our report and it contains extremely informational and reliable facts. This source is full of facts and graphs useful to get to the bottom of the global warming and climate change issues.

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This site is the original National Geographic website, therefore, reliable. It is revolved around the environment and effects of global warming. There is also links to things such as energy, freshwater, global warming, habitats, natural disasters, the ocean, and a green guide. Which includes, alternative energy sources and etc.

This interactive map shows the changing population and CO2 emissions released in the seconds you are on the site. By rolling over a country it will show you the total population, how often someone dies and is born, and how long it takes to emit 1,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide. In the United States it takes only 5.3 seconds, while in Greenland its every 15.4 hours.
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This website is a link to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. This organization studies the atmosphere and ocean with its various satellites. It covers various topics from local weather to global warming. By searching key topics you will find tons of reliable information along with a variety of graphs, such as the ones in this link,, discussing the potential signs of global warming.

This websites shows the problems and scientific data supporting the idea of global warming. It also includes a carbon calculator and a printable book of tips to lower your emissions, called the Low Carbon Diet Guide.
This website is the Community Environmental Council and their plan to reduce CO2 emissions and how to do it. This link is more useful for ways to reduce your own personal emissions and taking action to stop global warming and climate change.

This is a link to The Union of Concerned Scientists and they are a group informing people about things harming our planet, including global warming. They provide various articles and updated news on these topics and it is very informational.

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This website is the National Wildlife Federation. On their page they discuss how they help stop Climate Change and how you can help around your school, at home, and in your area. They also have a variety of articles on other topics, such as the BP oil spill, air pollution, what global warming is and how it affects animals.

This site is informative about global warming. Focusing in on signs such as air temp, sources, and the carbon cycle. It is from the Discovery channel, a well known TV channel.