Primary References (Climate Change: Move to Action (Winter 2008))

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Primary References

These are primary references and sources of information. They are a good place to go look for comprehensive material.


Glossary of Climate Change Terms (IPCC)


IPCC Reports

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) (Access to full reports from 2007 and 2001, plus many other reports.)

* Powerpoint of IPCC Figures from IPCC

* IPCC Graphics 2001 --> 2007


Summary for Policy Makers on Local Servers

IPCC: Synthesis Report (from all the Working Groups) (Summary on the class server)

IPCC Working Group I: Scientific Basis for Climate Change (Summary for Policy makers) (Summary on the class server.)

IPCC: Executive Summary WG II: Impacts, Adaptation, Vulnerability (Summary on the class server)

IPCC: Executive Summary WG II: Mitigation (Summary on the class server)


U.S. Climate Change Science Program

U.S. Climate Change Study Program (CCSP)

Climate Change Science Program: Synthesis and Assessment Product: Reconciling the consistency of observed constituent trends (~9 MB)


Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison

You can get the IPCC data at this site!

Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison (PCMDI)


Attribution

Climate Change Science Program: Synthesis and Assessment Product: Reconciling the consistency of observed constituent trends (~9 MB)

Rosenzweig: Attribution of climate change, a physical and biological review (~ 6 MB)


Ecosystems

Millennium Ecosystems Assessment

Rosenzweig: Attribution of climate change, a physical and biological review (~ 6 MB)


Energy

Energy Information Administration

Department of Energy: Report to Congress - Energy and Water Use


Policy

UNFCCC: Text of Convention

Kyoto Protocol: Text

Kyoto Protocol: Introduction and Summary


Economics

Stern Report: Primary Web Portal


Law

University of Pennsylvania Law Review: 2007 Issue on Climate Science, Economy, and Law


Business

Portal to McKinsey Initiative to Analyze Climate Change and Business Interface


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