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Links to Relevant Sites on Climate Change


IPCC -Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

  • The IPCC is the leading body for the assessment of climate change from a scientific standpoint. The IPCC site includes overviews of assessment reports, recent news and activities of the IPCC and meeting notes.

UNFCCC – United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

  • Official site of the UNFCCC Secretariat. Site includes all treaties, meetings, decisions and supporting documents. Coverage of all COP, MOP and subsidiary bodies.

United Nations System – Climate Change

  • Extension of the official UN website. Broadly addresses UN policies and commitment to climate change issues.

International Institute for Sustainable Development

  • News, information and analysis on international environmental and sustainable development negotiations and policy making.

IISD – Links to Climate Change and Sustainable Development Sites

  • Extensive collection of links compiled by the IISD on international environmental law and policy

International Energy Agency – Climate Change

  • The IEA provides analyses on the energy dimension of climate change and the energy implications of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and its Kyoto Protocol. Site includes publications/papers, news, and information on upcoming programs.

The World Bank – Climate Change


EPA -Environmental Protection Agency (Climate Change)

  • Official EPA website on Climate Change. Includes comprehensive information on various climate change issues, including U.S. climate policy and regulations, climate science explanations, health/environmental effects, economics, and helpful suggestions for citizen participation.

U.S. Department of Energy Homepage

U.S. Global Change Research Information Office

  • GCRIO provides access to data and information on climate change research, adaptation/mitigation strategies and technologies, and global change-related educational resources on behalf of the various US Federal Agencies that are involved in the US Global Change Research Program (USGCRP).

U.S. Department of Energy – Green Power Network

  • Provides up-to-date information on green power providers, product offerings, consumer protection issues, and policies affecting green power markets. It also includes a reference library of relevant papers, articles and reports. The GPN is operated and maintained by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory for the U.S. Department of Energy.

EPA Annotated Directory of Climate Change Related Sites

California – Climate Change Portal

  • California’s resource for global climate change information and state policy


ABA – Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources

  • Homepage for Climate Change, Sustainable Development and Ecosystems Committee

Columbia Law School – Center for Climate Change Law

  • Provides lists of books, law review articles, and links on the topic of Climate Change

Arnold & Palmer, LLP – Climate Case Chart

  • Interactive “map” on Climate Change litigation in the United States and abroad.

Columbia Law – Non-U.S. Litigation on Climate Change

Columbia Law – Database on Municipal Laws on Green Building and Alternative Energy


Pew Center on Global Climate Change

Environmental and Energy Study Institute

  • Educating congress on clean energy and climate change, working to develop innovative policy solutions.

CAIT – Climate Analysis Indicators Tool

  • Provides a comprehensive and comparable database of greenhouse gas emissions data (including all major sources and sinks) and other climate-relevant indicators.


Environmental Law Library of the Earth

  • Provides links to departments/agencies within national governments around the world, international and regional sources, on-line journals from around the world and other databases.

EE News – Environment & Energy News

EE News – ClimateWire

World Resources Institute – Climate Change

World Resources Institute – EarthTrends Database

  • Searchable database on the environmental, social, and economic trends that shape our world.

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