BBC - Climate change.BBC guide to Climate Change: lots of resources that include reviews, analysis, news and more.
How global warming works.Learn what global warming is, what causes it, what its current effects are and what the future effects could be.
Global warming.Very comprehensive article at Encyclopaedia Britannica online on the concept of global warming, its causes and potential effects, climate research and climate policy.
Climate hot map.Know the global warming effects around the globe, understand how these impacts are produced and learn which actions can be taken to stop them.
Climate change map.This map by New Scientist shows the worlwide rise in temperatures over the last hundred years. A heat map layer displays temperature rises just in the last 20 years. However users can click anywhere on the map to view a graph of recorded temperatures from the nineteenth century.
Earth's changing climate.Two maps from NationalGeographic.com that show how temperatures are rising and how precipitations are dropping out.
Climate change in our world.Google Earth file showing how climate change and global temperature rises could affect our world over the next 100 years.
Climate challenge.A game where you are president of the European Nations. You must tackle climate change and stay popular enough with the voters to remain in office.
Clim'Way.Another game about helping the community reach some specific climate goals. You have to create a climate plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by a certain percentage in a certain time frame. Your plans can include setting up alternative energy sources, reducing human consumption etc.
Global warming: Reasons why it might not actually exist.Sceptics have long argued that there are other explanations for climate change other than man-made CO2 and here we look at some of the arguments put forward by those who believe that global warming is all a hoax.
What happened to global warming?This title may come as a bit of a surprise, so too might the fact that the warmest year recorded globally was not in 2008 or 2007, but in 1998. But it is true.
Climate scepticism: the top 10.What are some of the reasons why "climate sceptics" dispute the evidence that human activities are bringing potentially dangerous changes to the Earth's climate, ant their counter-arguments?