European Environment Agency - Climate Change



European Environment Agency - Climate Change Related

European Environment Agency - EEA and the COP15 Climate Change Conference:: Advisors to the European Union provides news, event calendar, publications, articles, multimedia, collaborating organizations and web resources.

European Environment Agency - Biodiversity Change:: Collection of indicators, reports, links, data sets and targets on changes in European biodiversity.

European Environment Agency (EEA):: The European Environment Agency (EEA) is an agency of the European Union. The regulation establishing the EEA was adopted by the European Union in 1990. It came into force in late 1993 immediately after the decision was taken to locate the EEA in Copenhagen. Work started in earnest in 1994. The regulation also established the European environment information and observation network (Eionet). The task of EEA is to provide sound, independent inform

European Environment Agency - Agriculture Themes:: Collection of indicators, reports, links, data sets and targets on topics related to European agriculture and the environment.

International Energy Agency: Climate Change:: Provides news, publications and papers, workshops, and related committees and working parties.

Exploring the Environment: Global Climate Change:: Teachers' resource.

World Environment Day Egypt: 2007 Climate Change - Why Should I Care?:: Cairo's World Environment Day is open to the public and offers games, fun hands-on environmental experiments, informative displays, contests, musical concerts, and refreshments throughout the day.

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) - Special Report: The Regional Impacts of Climate Change:: A detailed assessment of the vulnerability of every region on the planet, in eleven chapters. Annexes examine trends and variations, models, and socio-economic baseline data.

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) - Working Group 1 : The Scientific Basis of Climate Change:: Analyses a body of observations of all parts of the climate system; catalogues increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases; assesses the processes and feedbacks which govern the climate system.

Ocean and Climate Change Institute: Abrupt Climate Change:: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution's study of the role of ocean circulation in climate regulation, and research into changing salt levels.

  • New Additions: Organizations
Rocky Mountain Climate Organization (RMCO)
Australian Bureau of Meteorology: Climate Change
Austrian Council on Climate Change (ACCC)
Committee on Climate Change