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Welcome to the Climate Change Information Network. Also known as CC:iNet, this web portal serves as a clearinghouse for information sources on public information, education and training in the field of climate change. It is designed to help governments, organizations and individuals gain rapid and easy access to ideas, strategies, contacts, experts and materials that can be used to motivate and empower people to take effective action on climate change. Image

CC:iNet has been established at the request of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Their underlying aim is to support Article 6 of the Convention, which calls on governments to promote education, training and public awareness on climate change. The menu items on the left of this page will guide you through the resources available on the clearinghouse.



Meat Atlas 2014 -
Facts and Figures about the animals we eat

The newly published ‘Meat Atlas’ by the Heinrich Böll Foundation sheds light on the impacts of meat and dairy production, and aims to catalyse the debate over the need for more sustainable food and farming.

With its vivid graphs and references to everyday life, the atlas raises awareness on the consequences of meat consumption and industrial livestock production for climate change, poverty and hunger, displacement and migration, animal welfare and biodiversity.

If you are wondering how to move towards a more sustainable lifestyle – here is a good starting point!

Meat Atlas

Posted on 15 April 2014

“Everything you need to know about the IPCC fifth Assessment Report”
– Impacts, Adaptation & Vulnerability

Recently, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has issued the second volume of its Fifth Assessment Report on Climate Change, probably the most updated and comprehensive overview on scientific knowledge about climate change.

The video by the International Center for Climate Governance "Everything you need to know about the IPCC fifth Assessment Report - Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability" explores the content of the report by breaking the narratives by leading scientists down into vivid graphics which helps to better digest the somehow bulky substance. However, the message behind the report is clear:

Climate change is happening – and climate action is needed now!

Posted on 09 April 2014

Expedition Hope – Stop the global meltdown

Today, 2 April 2014 Plant-for-the-Plant is launching Expedition Hope to raise awareness on the devastating effects of global warming and the artic meltdown. The over 1000 km long expedition starts with the symbolic planting of a tree at the North Pole and will end in Canada in May.

Interact with the expedition members via their blog and Facebook page and learn more about the objectives and background of Expedition Hope here :

Expedition Hope

Posted on 02 April 2014

Video contest: What does climate change mean to you?

The Action4Climate video challenge invites young aspiring film makers to produce and submit by 1 April 2014 a 1-12 minute video documentary telling a story about climate change. How is climate change impacting your community? What are you doing about it? What needs to be done to solve the climate challenge? For more information, click here or look out for hashtag #Action4Climate on Twitter!

Posted on 26 March 2014

World Meteorological Day 2014 - Weather and Climate: Engaging Youth

This year's World Meteorological Day theme is "Weather and climate: engaging youth." While today’s youth will benefit from the dramatic advances being made in our ability to understand and forecast the Earth’s weather and climate, most of them will also experience the increasing impacts of global warming.

The World Meteorological Organization has published a number of resource materials, such as the guide to meteorology and the revamped Youth Corner, to encourage young people to learn more about our weather and climate system and to contribute to action on climate change.

Weather and Climate, Engaging Youth

Posted on 20 March 2014

A Girls’ Guide to COP 19

Is it possible for 6 girls to change the world? Watch the ‘Girls’ Guide to COP 19’ video by My Climate & Me to find out!

Posted on 6 March 2014

International Women’s Day 2014: Equality for women is progress for all

To commemorate International Women’s Day 2014 on 8 March, a variety of recent publications that highlight the tremendous scope and importance of linkages between women, gender and climate change have been included on CC:iNet. Click on one of the covers below or browse the database to learn more.

1693 1692 1690 1687 Pacific Gender and Climate change toolkit

Posted on 6 March 2014

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