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New York Times Climate & Environment Sectionundefined

Timely news with indepth analyses of weather, fire, flooding, environmental politics and justice national, and international.  Daily updates.

Climate Centralundefined

Climate Central surveys and conducts scientific research on climate change and informs the public of key findings. Our scientists publish and our journalists report on climate science, energy, sea level rise.

Climate Central uses science, big data, and technology to generate thousands of local storylines and compelling visuals that make climate change personal and show what can be done about it. We address climate science, sea level rise, extreme weather, energy, and related topics. We collaborate widely with TV meteorologists, journalists, and other respected voices to reach audiences across diverse geographies and beliefs. 

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Founded in 1999, Grist is a beacon in the smog — an independent, irreverent news outlet and network of innovators working toward a planet that doesn’t burn and a future that doesn’t suck.

Climate, sustainability, and social justice are the most important stories on the … well, on the planet right now. The stakes are high: just, you know, our entire frickin’ future. And it’s easy to despair when denial, delay, and doom dominate the headlines.

But that’s not the whole story, and it never will be. At Grist, we find reasons for hope and optimism every day — while also irritating and shaming those who stand in the way of progress. Our independent, nonprofit newsroom pursues in-depth stories on under-covered topics like clean energysustainable foodlivable citiesenvironmental justice, and a better economy

Inside Climate Change


A Pulitzer Prize-winning, non-profit, non-partisan news organization dedicated to covering climate change, energy and the environment.

Climate Page News Feed from the New York Times

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Climate Change News Feed from Nature

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US Agencies Doing Research, Collecting Data and Educating

Climate Change Education Partnerships (CCEP)undefined

The Climate Change Education Partnership (CCEP) Alliance is a network of six multi-institutional projects funded by the National Science Foundation.

The mission of the CCEP Alliance is to advance exemplary climate change education through research and partnerships.

The vision of the CCEP Alliance is to develop:

  • educated citizens who are better prepared for a changing climate
  • powerful, proven educational approaches
  • a collaborative community of climate and learning scientists and educational practitioners

The CCEP Alliance Office, located at the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography, serves as the hub for the CCEP program. It facilitates communication among the CCEP projects, enables and nurtures cross-project coordination and collaboration, and supports the dissemination of Alliance resources. The CCEP Alliance Office also fosters communication with the larger climate change education community.


NASA (National Aeronautic and Space Administration)

A whole portion of this NASA's website is devoted to climate change.  It includes facts, images showing environmental changes, interactive programs that let you fly alongside NASA satellites and view real-time datasets in an immersive, 3D visualization for your desktop.

You can also view their Climate Change Machine at to see how the globe has progressed in four key climate indicators: sea ice, sea level, carbon dioxide and global temperature.

There are many other resources on this well designed interactive website about global warming and climate change easy to understand.  If you want to have a hand in the debate over how our world goes from here, then NASA's website probably the most comprehensive.

NOAA (National Centers for Environmental Information)undefined

NOAA's former three data centers have merged into the National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI).  

The demand for high-value environmental data and information has dramatically increased in recent years. To improve our ability to meet that demand, NOAA’s former three data centers—the National Climatic Data Center, the National Geophysical Data Center, and the National Oceanographic Data Center, which includes the National Coastal Data Development Center—have merged into the National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI).

NCEI is responsible for hosting and providing access to one of the most significant archives on Earth, with comprehensive oceanic, atmospheric, and geophysical data. From the depths of the ocean to the surface of the sun and from million-year-old ice core records to near real-time satellite images, NCEI is the Nation’s leading authority for environmental information.

Climate Change News Feed from Gale OnFile Database

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