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Pew Center on Global Climate Change workshophttp://ealert.pewclimate.org/ctt.asp?u=2965528&l=86536
A recent Pew Center on Global Climate Change workshop, Innovative Approaches to Climate Change: A State-Federal Workshop, explored states’ actions while highlighting lessons learned from these efforts for state and federal policy makers. Presentations from the workshop, which included panel discussions and keynote presentations from top state environmental, energy, and transportation officials, as well as representatives of industry and Congress, are available here.
Moving Forward on Climate Changewww.climatechange.gc.ca/english/
This web site from the government of Canada addresses climate change issues and features the recently released Moving Forward on Climate Change: A Plan for Honouring Our Kyoto Commitment.
Science Policy Assessment and Research on Climate (SPARC)http://sciencepolicy.colorado.edu/sparc/
The SPARC conducts research and assessments, outreach, and education aimed at helping climate science policies better support climate-related decision making in the face of fundamental and often irreducible uncertainties. SPARC is a joint project of the University of Colorado’s Center for Science and Policy Technology Research and Arizona State University’s Consortium for Science, Policy, and Outcomes and is sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
Pew Center on Global Climate Changehttp://ealert.pewclimate.org/ctt.asp?u=2965528&l=86550
The Pew Center on Global Climate Change has compiled answers to key questions raised by Michael Crichton in his latest novel State of Fear.
As part of its ongoing efforts to inform decision makers, the Climate Institute’s Climate.org features information about climate change, sea level rise, extreme weather, and more.
World Health Organizationwww.who.int/globalchange/en/
This web site on global environmental change from the World Health Organization focuses on large-scale and global environmental hazards to human health, including climate change, stratospheric ozone depletion, loss of biodiversity, changes in hydrological systems and the supplies of freshwater, land degradation, and stresses on food-producing systems. The latest addition is a July 2005 fact sheet on climate and health.