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Unite for Climate Climate Change is threatening our environment. Nearly 45 per cent of the worldĺs population is younger than 25 years old. This generation will inherit our planet. In recognition of this reality, we created Unite for Climate. Unite for Climate is a... more>> 24 Jun 2009
TakingItGlobal - understanding climate change TakingITGlobal.org is an online community that connects youth to find inspiration, access information, get involved, and take action in their local and global communities. It's the world's most popular online community for young people interested in... more>> 13 May 2008
Sandwatch website Sandwatch seeks to modify the lifestyle and habits of children, youth and adults on a community-wide basis and to develop awareness of the fragile nature of the marine and coastal environment and the need to use it wisely. It is an educational proc... more>> 14 Sep 2009
Power for a Sustainable Future (Queensland Government) Extensive online library of lesson plans and classroom activities and projects with detailed aims and educational outcomes and covers global warming, climate change, renewables, wind power, energy saving and efficiency. Many activity sheets, plans an... more>> Australia 29 Jul 2009
PANOS LONDON > ILLUMINATING VOICES Panos London stimulates informed and inclusive public debate around key development issues in order to foster sustainable development. We are working to promote an enabling media and communications environment worldwide. Our aim is to ensure that ... more>> 29 Jul 2009
Kids Boogaloo website Explaining the global warming to kids. 06 Aug 2009
Environmental Defense Fund Environmental Defense Fund is a leading national nonprofit organization representing more than 700,000 members. Since 1967, we have linked science, economics and law to create innovative, equitable and cost-effective solutions to society's most urgen... more>> 12 Aug 2009
Department of Environment and Climate Change - DECC The Department of Environment and Climate Change was formed on 27 April 2007 to enable a more integrated response to the unprecedented challenges presented by climate change. Broadly, the Department of Environment and Climate Change: works towards... more>> Australia 03 Aug 2009
Climatelab.org In 2009, Climate Lab launched http://climatelab.org , an interactive wiki website where users can collaboratively author and edit climate change information and media online. To date the site has generated more than 250 original articles and over 35... more>> 08 Jun 2010
Climatedeal.org - a place to ask questions about Climate Change Climatedeal.org is an online, open-content and collaborative question-and-answer platform on climate change related issues. It is designed for anyone knowledgeable or interested to learn more on the topic as a common resource of knowledge. Its main a... more>> 06 Mar 2010
CDMCapacity.org This website provides information to forestry and land use audiences, principally in developing countries, who want to find out more about the CDM and how it affects their activities. 04 May 2010
CDM rulebook The CDM Rulebook is an online database of the CDM rules. It has been developed by Baker & McKenzie, with funding from eight donor organisations (British Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Swedish Energy Agency, Australian Government Department of Climat... more>> 04 May 2010
CarboSchools Website CarboSchools links researchers from several leading carbon science laboratories in Europe with secondary schools. In these partnerships, young Europeans conduct experiments on the impact of greenhouse gases and learn about climate research and the re... more>> 27 Oct 2009
Australian Government Department of Climate Change The Department of Climate Change was established on 3 December 2007 as part of the Prime Minister and Cabinet Portfolio. The website provides comprehensive information on the science of climate change, on international activities and negotiations, o... more>> Australia 29 Jul 2009
African Carbon Trust (ACT) The African Carbon Trust (ACT) is a stand-alone, registered non-profit organisation that aims to address the need for Africa to mitigate and adapt to the risks of climate change and unsustainable resource use. We intend to do this by leveraging te... more>> 01 Sep 2009

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