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Rivers Dmas and Climate Change: Links
Rivers, Dams and Climate Change

NGOs working on Climate Change

Visit CDMWatch, an organization monitoring the Clean Development Mechanism of the Kyoto Protocol.

For one of the most comprehensive collections of online resources relating to climate change, the Pacific Institute for Studies in Development, Environment and Security is the place to go.

The Climate Action Network is a network of international organizations working towards climate change education, regulation and mitigation.

Greenpeace is an international non–profit organization that works on crucial issues threatening biodiversity and the environment, including Climate Change.

Friends of the Earth International is a federation of autonomous environmental organizations fighting international environmental destruction and climate change.

The Sustainable Energy and Economy Network is a group that focuses on global North/South energy, climate change, environmental justice, gender equity, and economic issues, and has developed an extensive online database of the CO2 emissions of development projects funded by the World Bank and other international financial institutions.

The Climate Ark is a portal promoting public policy that addresses global climate change.

The International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives provides resources assisting local governments in reducing carbon emissions with their Cities for Climate Protection campaign.

The Renewable Energy Policy Project has information on a number of alternative energy sources.

The Heat is Online is a website dedicated to providing information on the global climate crisis following the book: "The Heat Is On: The Climate Crisis, The Cover–Up, The Prescription", by Ross Gelbspan, (Perseus Books,1998).

The Centre for Science and Environment is one of India’s leading environmental NGOs focusing on sustainable natural resource management with a large Climate Change Campaign.

The Climate Hotmap is a good resource for examples of some of the global impacts of climate change.

The World View of Global Warming provides a photographical guide to the impacts of global warming internationally.

Environmental Defense has a climate change fact sheet: Third World Networks Climate Change campaign is a good resource for discussion surrounding climate change and environmental justice.

The World Conservation Union has a Climate Change Initiative with an abundance of information on the relation of climate change to different ecosystems.

The Union of Concerned Scientists have a program dedicated to issues of climate change with a good amount of fact sheets, statistical data, charts and reports.

The Institute for Global Communication’s Atmosphere & Climate Links provides a good set of references for climate science, research and policy information.

There is a list of resources relating to Indigenous Peoples and climate change at TebTebba, the Indigenous Peoples’ International Centre for Policy Research and Education.

EcoEquity is a non–profit that emerged to engage the issues of climate justice and equal rights to atmospheric commons.

The Pew Center on Global Climate Change is dedicated to providing information and resources on global climate change as well as affecting international policy surrounding greenhouse gas emissions.

Government Links

The US EPA has a site dedicated to information about climate change with a section on  Hydropower and global warming.

The Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center is the primary global–change data and information analysis center of the U.S. Department of Energy.

The UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs’ Atmosphere, Climate and Environment Information Program provides some fact sheets on climate change.

The UK Climate Impacts Program of the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs provides information about the potential impacts of climate change in the UK.

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has information on climate change policy and its relation to the "environment and economy".

United Nations Links

The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change provides a large amount of information on international climate change and provides a useful beginner’s guide to the convention and the Kyoto Protocol.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is one of the primary international scientific panels working on issues of climate change.

News Updates

Yahoo’s "Full Coverage of Global Warming" provides good coverage of global warming Issues in The United States.