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Reports

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

The IPCC was created to provide policymakers with regular scientific assessments on climate change, its implications and potential future risks, as well as to put forward adaptation and mitigation options.

Climate Council Reports

Climate Action

Websites for events and groups taking action for a safe climate and a sustainable future.

Alternative Technology Association – Promotes, informs and advises about sustainable technology and practice

  • Australian Youth Climate Coalition – AYCC’s mission is to create a generation-wide movement to solve the climate crisis.
  • Big Tent: Southern Highlands Community Bulletin Board
  • Bundanoon Community Association – Website for the Bundanoon community
  • Centre for Sustainable Regional Communities – The CSRC provides opportunities for University research and service to be relevant to the development and understanding of sustainable regional communities, and to provide a direct interface with communities which have particular research and community de
  • Climate Action Network Australia – The Australian arm of Climate Action Network International. A network of over 70 Australian non-government groups working for action on climate change.
  • Climate Desk – A journalistic collaboration dedicated to exploring the impact—human, environmental, economic, political—of a changing climate. The partners are The Atlantic, Center for Investigative Reporting, Grist, The Guardian, Mother Jones, Slate, Wired, and PBS’s N
  • Consensus Project – The Consensus Project analysed 21 years of published, peer-reviewed climate research to measure the level of consensus that humans are causing global warming.
  • Embark – Working to shift the community energy sector into the mainstream, as a proven and financially viable model capable of attracting large-scale investment and growing to meet its full potential.
  • LearnStuff – Infographics for many subjects, such as plastic bags, insane bosses, and climate change. Explore the site for articles in words as well. Material can be re-used under Creative Commons.
  • Lightfoot Education – Sustaining the future of Agriculture – Building Communities of Learning
  • Mistervint – A real-time picture of how much renewable energy is in the electricity grid, so that you can make your electricity use greener!
  • Northern Illawarra Sustainability Alliance (NISA) – An information hub for local, national and global sustainability issues. Great photos and postcards here and on Facebook
  • Open Climate Science 101 – Free online course in Climate Science from the University of Chicago. Video lectures, quizzes, and hands-on exercises with interactive models and simple mathematical ideas.
  • Shrink ThatFootprint – How we can get energy, comfort, miles, and stuff in ways that won’t toast the planet
  • Stop CSG Illawarra – Grass roots group campaigning against coal seam gas mining in the Illawarra – and under the Highlands.
  • The Consensus Project – The Consensus Project measured the level of consensus in published, peer-reviewed climate research that humans are causing global warming. Workers analysed 21 years worth of peer-reviewed papers on “global warming” or “global climate change”. A peer-revi
  • The Goulburn Group – Not-for-profit community action group committed to researching and promoting environmentally and economically sustainable development projects in Goulburn.
  • Transition Network – International Transition Network
  • Wingecarribee Shire Council
  • Your Home Technical Manual

Climate and Environment

The reasons for action: websites with reliable information about how the world’s climate is changing and what that means for oceans, deserts, forests, rivers, plains, and the people who live there.

  • Australian Youth Climate Coalition – AYCC’s mission is to create a generation-wide movement to solve the climate crisis.
  • Climate Commission – Established by the Australian government to inform Australia’s approach to addressing climate change and help build the consensus required to move to a competitive, low pollution Australian economy.
  • Climate Council – Crowd-funded non-profit organisation established by leading scientists to provide independent information on the state of our climate.
  • Climate Desk – A journalistic collaboration dedicated to exploring the impact—human, environmental, economic, political—of a changing climate. The partners are The Atlantic, Center for Investigative Reporting, Grist, The Guardian, Mother Jones, Slate, Wired, and PBS’s N
  • Climate Prediction.Net – a distributed computing project to produce predictions of the Earth’s climate up to 2100 and to test the accuracy of climate models. See how you can participate.
  • Climate Spectator – Covers the science and politics of climate change, and also the key business parameters: the massive flows of investment expected in coming years and decades, the changing business models, the new technology, and the creation of new market
  • Consensus Project – The Consensus Project analysed 21 years of published, peer-reviewed climate research to measure the level of consensus that humans are causing global warming.
  • Discovery of Global Warming – A history of climate change science: blind alleys, blinding insights, contradictions, speculations, data, hypotheses, conclusions, predictions from 1820 to the present decade..
  • Eco News
  • LearnStuff – Infographics for many subjects, such as plastic bags, insane bosses, and climate change. Explore the site for articles in words as well. Material can be re-used under Creative Commons.
  • Lightfoot Education – Sustaining the future of Agriculture – Building Communities of Learning
  • Open Climate Science 101 – Free online course in Climate Science from the University of Chicago. Video lectures, quizzes, and hands-on exercises with interactive models and simple mathematical ideas.
  • Real Climate – Commentary on climate science by working climate scientists for the interested public and journalists.
  • Shaping Tomorrow’s World – Discusses challenges, from climate change to peak oil and food insecurity, and their potential solutions. Our goal is to provide a platform for re-examining some of the assumptions we make about our technological, social and economic systems.
  • Skeptical Science – Explaining climate change science & rebutting global warming misinformation
  • The Consensus Project – The Consensus Project measured the level of consensus in published, peer-reviewed climate research that humans are causing global warming. Workers analysed 21 years worth of peer-reviewed papers on “global warming” or “global climate change”. A peer-review.

Renewable Energy, Low-Emission Technology and Industry

Energy efficiency, generation, storage and distribution; development and availability of sustainable technologies; new and re-newed industries for a sustainable future

  • 100% Renewable – Community-based campaigns for 100% renewable energy in Australia
  • Alternative Technology Association – Promotes, informs and advises about sustainable technology and practice
  • Australian Youth Climate Coalition – AYCC’s mission is to create a generation-wide movement to solve the climate crisis.
  • Beyond Zero Emissions – Website of Beyond Zero Emissions Inc., which is developing blueprints for the implementation of climate change solutions that will rapidly reduce emissions and give our society and global ecosystems a chance of surviving into the future.
  • Clean Energy Council – Website of the the peak body representing Australia’s clean energy sector.
  • Climate Commission – Established by the Australian government to inform Australia’s approach to addressing climate change and help build the consensus required to move to a competitive, low pollution Australian economy.
  • Climate Council – Crowd-funded non-profit organisation established by leading scientists to provide independent information on the state of our climate.
  • Climate Desk – A journalistic collaboration dedicated to exploring the impact—human, environmental, economic, political—of a changing climate. The partners are The Atlantic, Center for Investigative Reporting, Grist, The Guardian, Mother Jones, Slate, Wired, and PBS’s N
  • Climate Spectator – Covers the science and politics of climate change, and also the key business parameters: the massive flows of investment expected in coming years and decades, the changing business models, the new technology, and the creation of new market
  • EcoGeneration – Communicating the clean energy industry’s news, promoting its achievements and advancing discussion and debate. Each edition includes the latest updates on government policy, new clean energy technologies and industry innovation, regular project coverage
  • eFuture: energy scenarios from CSIRO – A snapshot of the complex modelling CSIRO carries out every day to support government and industry as they make decisions about energy investment and policy. You can select options and instantly view charts showing changes to Australia’s future electricit
  • Embark – Working to shift the community energy sector into the mainstream, as a proven and financially viable model capable of attracting large-scale investment and growing to meet its full potential.
  • iGrid; an Intelligent Grid in Australia – Reports about how an “intelligent” electricity grid will support reliable, renewable energy in Australia
  • Institute for Sustainable Futures – Research Institute at UTS does independent, project-based research focussed on innovation through engineering, architecture, management, economics, science, the social sciences, international studies and political studies.
  • Mistervint – A real-time picture of how much renewable energy is in the electricity grid, so that you can make your electricity use greener!
  • Post Carbon Institute – Post Carbon Institute provides individuals, communities, businesses, and governments with the resources needed to understand and respond to the interrelated economic, energy, environmental, and equity crises that define the 21st century.
  • RenewEconomy – The ideas, trends, technologies and the policies that will change the way the world does business – particularly in the multi-trillion dollar energy and transport sectors, but also in many other sectors.
  • Shaping Tomorrow’s World – Discusses challenges, from climate change to peak oil and food insecurity, and their potential solutions. Our goal is to provide a platform for re-examining some of the assumptions we make about our technological, social and economic systems.

Economics and Policy

Government policies and economic discussions that relate to climate and the environment.

  • Australian Youth Climate Coalition – AYCC’s mission is to create a generation-wide movement to solve the climate crisis.
  • Beyond Zero Emissions – Website of Beyond Zero Emissions Inc., which is developing blueprints for the implementation of climate change solutions that will rapidly reduce emissions and give our society and global ecosystems a chance of surviving into the future.
  • Centre for Sustainable Regional Communities – The CSRC provides opportunities for University research and service to be relevant to the development and understanding of sustainable regional communities, and to provide a direct interface with communities which have particular research and community de
  • Climate Commission – Established by the Australian government to inform Australia’s approach to addressing climate change and help build the consensus required to move to a competitive, low pollution Australian economy.
  • Climate Council – Crowd-funded non-profit organisation established by leading scientists to provide independent information on the state of our climate.
  • Climate Desk – A journalistic collaboration dedicated to exploring the impact—human, environmental, economic, political—of a changing climate. The partners are The Atlantic, Center for Investigative Reporting, Grist, The Guardian, Mother Jones, Slate, Wired, and PBS’s N
  • Climate Spectator – Covers the science and politics of climate change, and also the key business parameters: the massive flows of investment expected in coming years and decades, the changing business models, the new technology, and the creation of new market
  • Eco News
  • Economic Glossary – Simple explanations of economic jargon.
  • eFuture: energy scenarios from CSIRO – A snapshot of the complex modelling CSIRO carries out every day to support government and industry as they make decisions about energy investment and policy. You can select options and instantly view charts showing changes to Australia’s future electricit
  • iGrid; an Intelligent Grid in Australia – Reports about how an “intelligent” electricity grid will support reliable, renewable energy in Australia
  • Institute for Sustainable Futures – Research Institute at UTS does independent, project-based research focussed on innovation through engineering, architecture, management, economics, science, the social sciences, international studies and political studies.
  • Post Carbon Institute – Post Carbon Institute provides individuals, communities, businesses, and governments with the resources needed to understand and respond to the interrelated economic, energy, environmental, and equity crises that define the 21st century.
  • RenewEconomy – The ideas, trends, technologies and the policies that will change the way the world does business – particularly in the multi-trillion dollar energy and transport sectors, but also in many other sectors.
  • Shaping Tomorrow’s World – Discusses challenges, from climate change to peak oil and food insecurity, and their potential solutions. Our goal is to provide a platform for re-examining some of the assumptions we make about our technological, social and economic systems.
  • Stop CSG Illawarra – Grass roots group campaigning against coal seam gas mining in the Illawarra – and under the Highlands.
  • The Goulburn Group – Not-for-profit community action group committed to researching and promoting environmentally and economically sustainable development projects in Goulburn.
  • Wingecarribee Shire Council

Books

Debunking Handbook
By John Cook and Stephan Lewandowsky. Available as a download here or from the Skeptical Science website.
On Fire- – The Burning Case for a Green new Deal.  
by Naomi Klein 
Website: https://naomiklein.org/on-fire/
 
The Future We Choose
by Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac
Website: https://globaloptimism.com/the-future-we-choose-book/
 
The Great Disruption
By Paul Gilding. Published 2011. Website: http://paulgilding.com/the-great-disruption
Making Peace with Earth: Beyond resource, land and food
wars
By Shive Vandana. Published 2012. Website: http://www.spinifexpress.com.au/Bookstore/book/id=198/
Merchants of Doubt
By Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway. Published 2010. Website: http://www.merchantsofdoubt.org/
Prosperity without growth
By Tim Jackson. Published 2009. Website: http://www.sd-commission.org.uk/publications.php?id=914
Prosperity without growth
By Tim Jackson. Published 2009. Website: http://www.sd-commission.org.uk/publications.php?id=914
Requiem for a Species: Why we resist the truth about climate change
By Clive Hamilton. Published 2010. CANWin Review 2013. Publisher’s website: http://www.allenandunwin.com/default.aspx?page=94&book=9781742372105
Soil Not Oil: Climate change, peak oil, and food security
By Shive Vandana. Published 2008. Website: http://www.spinifexpress.com.au/Bookstore/book/id=198/

About Us

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