The internet is full of Climate Change Websites.

Take a look at those featured below and get inspired.

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Recommended Links from Saving our planet The Shift Project

The Shift Project

The Shift Project (TSP) is a Europe-wide think tank, or rather ‘action tank’. Its mission is to act as a proactive source of proposals which focus primarily on the resources required to make the shift to an economy free of dependency on fossil fuels (and therefore of greenhouse gas emissions). Operating at the point where the academic world meets the corporate world, society and government institutions, our think tank is committed to bringing forward operational measures that seek to answer not only the question of ‘why?’, but also the question of ‘how?’.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Sauvons le Climat

Sauvons le Climat (SLC) (French)

Nous appelons nos concitoyens et nos dirigeants à engager une politique volontariste et décidée, à la fois d’économies d’énergie et de développement de l’énergie nucléaire et des énergies renouvelables. Une telle politique est la seule qui puisse raisonnablement garantir à notre génération et aux générations futures le maintien de conditions climatiques acceptables et prévisibles.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Environmental Progress

Environmental Progress (EP)

Environmental Progress (EP) is a research and policy organization fighting for clean power and energy justice to achieve nature and prosperity for all. “The greatest threat to the climate today comes from the decline of clean energy as a share of electricity globally. EP is working with scientists, conservationists and citizens around the world to defend our largest source of clean energy, nuclear power.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Center for International Environmental Law

Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL)

CIEL uses the power of law to protect the environment, promote human rights, and ensure a just and sustainable society.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Client Earth

Client Earth

We work to protect the environment through advocacy, litigation and science.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Eden Reforestation Projects

Eden Reforestation Projects

Our mission: to recreate healthy forest systems that restore hope, alleviate suffering, empower people, and build local economies in impoverished communities. Our goal: to plant at least 100 million trees each year.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet N0CO2

N0CO2

N0CO2.org Are you concerned about climate change? Now you can do something about it.
Today we are creating way too much CO2. N0CO2.org is a new and easy way you can make a real difference:

Reduce your CO2. We show you how. 15-20% is easy.
Remove the rest of your CO2. We do it for you.
Reach out and involve others.

Add your voice to the millions who are telling politicians they MUST deliver their promise to keep global warming well below 2C.
N0CO2.org – your easiest way to fight climate change.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Population Matters

Population Matters

Population Matters is a membership charity that addresses population size and environmental sustainability. We believe population growth contributes to environmental degradation, resource depletion and other problems. We conduct research, inform the public and advocate improved family planning and sex education, women’s empowerment, smaller families and moderate consumption.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Our Children’s Trust

Our Children’s Trust

OCT elevates the voice of youth to secure the legal right to a stable climate and healthy atmosphere for the benefit of all present and future generations.

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Recommended Links from Saving our planet 2052.info

2052.info

Joergen Randers, co-author of “The Limits To Growth” gives us his foresight of what will happen from now to 2052.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet 350.org

350.org

The organization created by Bill McKibben – “We´re building a global Climate Movement”.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Bill Moyers on CC

Bill Moyers on CC

See many of Bill’s climate-related conversations here and review relevant articles and commentary.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Change The Course Recommended Links from Saving our planet Climate Central

Change The Course

People Powered Strategies for a Stable Climate. We’re headed for a cliff, but it’s not too late to change course.Let’s get to work.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Climate Central

Climate Central

An independent organization of leading scientists and journalists researching and reporting the facts about Climate change.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Climate Nexus

Climate Nexus

A strategic communications organization dedicated to changing the conversation on climate and clean energy solutions in USA.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Climate Outreach

Climate Outreach

Europe’s leading climate change communicators, bridging the gap between research and practice and helping to widen engagement across a broader spectrum of society.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Earth Policy Institute Recommended Links from Saving our planet Energy for Humanity

Energy for Humanity

Co-founded by Robert Stone, director of “Pandora´s Promise”, and dedicated to answer the following question:
“How do we continue to power modern civilization without destroying it?” (Quote “Pandora’s Promise”)

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Earth Policy Institute

Earth Policy Institute

The website of Lester R. Brown (“Plan B 4.0”, “World on The Edge”, “The Great Transition” etc.) An immense source of knowledge, still active as a website, although Earth Policy Instite has closed down because of Lester R. Browns retirement at age 81.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet FAO

Food and Agriculture Organization of The United Nations

Achieving food security for all is at the heart of FAO’s efforts – to make sure people have regular access to enough high-quality food to lead active, healthy lives.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Global Climate Jobs

Grist

Laugh now — or the planet gets it.

You know how some people make lemonade out of lemons? At Grist, we’re making lemonade out of looming climate apocalypse. It’s more fun than it sounds, trust us! Grist is a source of intelligent, irreverent environmental news and commentary that’s been around since 1999…

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Grist

Earth Policy Institute

The website of Lester R. Brown (“Plan B 4.0”, “World on The Edge”, “The Great Transition” etc.) An immense source of knowledge, still active as a website, although Earth Policy Instite has closed down because of Lester R. Browns retirement at age 81.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet I Matter Youth Recommended Links from Saving our planet NASA

I Matter Youth

“iMatter is an organization of youth and adults who are all passionate about the same issue of climate change, who all recognize the power the youth voice has to inspire other people about the issue and inspire them to get involved too.”

Recommended Links from Saving our planet NASA

NASA

NASA´S website has a very impressive section on Climate Change, and an explorer can find answers to many important questions.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet NASA image gallery

NASA Image Gallery

NASA also introduces a large selections of images and videos for use free of charge.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Open Permaculture

Open Permaculture

With world-class sustainability instructors and trusted by more than 100,000 students from 190+ countries, the Open Permaculture School is the largest provider of sustainability and permaculture education on the planet.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Organic Life Guru

Organic Life Guru

Our mission is to bring the world’s best practical organic growing wisdom to you wherever you are. Organic Life Guru is an organic growing, permaculture, and sustainable food systems education company.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Our Kids Climate

Our Kids Climate

We are a growing international coalition of parent and grandparent groups from around the world who have come together to demand bold action to protect the children we love from catastrophic climate change. While the majority of the groups listed are in the global north, we are keenly interested in identifying, partnering with and helping support of the launch of family focused climate groups in the global south. Please join us!

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Truth-Out org

Truth-Out.org

What made Truth-out interesting for me was basically a couple of interesting articles posted there, in addition to the fact that they invite outside writers to publish at their site.

From the intro: “Truthout is a small nonprofit organization and unless otherwise stated,”….. “We look for original news stories and news analysis pieces with broad national appeal. We’re especially interested in coverage of issues that slip under the radar of the mainstream media”.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet UNFCCC

UNFCCC

With 196 Parties, the UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE (UNFCCC) has near universal membership and is the parent treaty of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol. The Kyoto Protocol has been ratified by 192 of the UNFCCC Parties.

The ultimate objective of both treaties is to stabilize greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that will prevent dangerous human interference with the climate system.

Stories on the Newsroom are written by UNFCCC staff. The publisher of the website is Nick Nuttall, Spokesperson and Coordinator Communications and Outreach.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet World population balance

World population balance

World Population questions: You just might find all relevant answers on this webs site.

Articles
Videos
Podcasts

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Resilience.org

Resilience.org

Resilience.org aims to support building community resilience in a world of multiple emerging challenges: the decline of cheap energy, the depletion of critical resources like water, complex environmental crises like climate change and biodiversity loss, and the social and economic issues which are linked to these. We like to think of the site as a community library…

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Skeptical Science

Skeptical Science

Explaining climate change science & rebutting global warming misinformation

Scientific skepticism is healthy. Scientists should always challenge themselves to improve their understanding. Yet this isn’t what happens with climate change denial...This website gets skeptical about global warming skepticism. Do their arguments have any scientific basis? What does the peer reviewed scientific literature say.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Sustainable Human

Sustainable Human

The mission of Sustainable Human is to assist in changing the story of the world. We do this by creating video stories that offer another way of seeing ourselves and our inherent connection to the Universe. We tell stories that emphasize our emerging capacity for love, empathy, understanding, creativity, and forgiveness that is based in the truth of who we are – a connected being that is interdependent with the rest of the Universe.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet The climate mobilization

The climate mobilization

By our ally, Margaret Klein Salomon:
The Climate Mobilization is a new, volunteer-powered organization. Our mission is to protect civilization and the natural world from catastrophic climate disruption. We are dedicated to living in climate truth, and believe that working to solve the climate crisis is everyone’s responsibility… In that sense, The Climate Mobilization is a single-issue campaign. We demand a WWII-scale mobilization to restore a safe climate.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet The climate reality project

The climate reality project

Al Gore´s project:
Our mission is to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society.
Today, climate change is standing in the way of a healthy tomorrow for all of us. But at Climate Reality, we know that practical solutions are right in front of us. We can create a healthy, sustainable, and prosperous future by making a planet-wide shift from dirty fossil fuels to clean, reliable, and affordable renewable energy.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet The Guardian – Climate Change

The Guardian – Climate Change

The Guardian´s Climate Change Campaign is an extremely valuable resource. Read. Get educated. Act.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet The Guardian Adverts to save the planet

The Guardian: Adverts to save the planet

The best adverts to save the planet. Since 2001, Swiss-based not-for-profit organisation ACT Responsible (Advertising Community Together), has been collecting global advertising that ‘promotes responsible communication on sustainability, equitable development and social responsibility’ in a bid to highlight how the creativity of advertising professionals can be used to address the world’s problems.

Among its 2,500 ads from more than 40 countries and 140 award-winning agencies is a striking collection of adverts that focus on environmental and social issues: from deforestation to recycling and conserving water to climate change.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet The Transition network

The Transition network

From their vision:
When we use the term “Transition” we’re talking about the changes we need to make to get to a low-carbon, socially-just, healthier and happier future, which is more enriching and more gentle on the earth than the way most of us live today.

In our vision of the future, people work together to find ways to live with a lot less reliance on fossil fuels and on over-exploitation of other planetary resources, much reduced carbon emissions, improved wellbeing for all and stronger local economies. The Transition movement is an ongoing social experiment, in which communities learn from each other and are part of a global and historic push towards a better future for ourselves, for future generations and for the planet.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Think Progress

Think Progress

  • They describe themselves as:
  • editorially independent
  • not partisan
  • progressive
  • committed to accuracy

Awards:

ThinkProgress was voted “Best Liberal Blog” in the 2006 Weblog Awards and chosen as an Official Honoree in the 2009 and 2012 Webby awards. It was also named best blog of 2008 by The Sidney Hillman Foundation, receiving an award for journalism excellence. In 2009, ThinkProgress was named a “Gold Award Winner” by the International Academy of Visual Arts.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Trust.org

Trust.org

Trust.org is part of Thomson Reuters Foundation.

The Trust Principles: Thomson Reuters is dedicated to upholding the Trust Principles and to preserving its independence, integrity and freedom from bias in the gathering and dissemination of information and news.

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Trust.org News

Trust.org – News

When you start getting interested in Trust.org, the “News” section is definitely worth a visit. There you also find an entry to the “Climate” section

Recommended Links from Saving our planet Trust.org Migration and Climate Change

Trust.org – Migration and Climate Change

The subject of “Migration and Climate Change” was what initially turned us on to Trust.org. Do have a look at these articles, many of them really reporting under-reported stories.