Check out ClimateChangeLIVE!!! March 5, 2014 Streamed live beginning 1 pm. Eastern Time Archive available after March 5 Get your students engaged in the topic of climate change and excited about what young people can do to help! This webcast will introduce classes to the basic science of climate change, foster a dynamic online discussion, and show how students are making a difference in addressing climate change issues. Learn more today!
Across the planet now we see ever more flooding, ever more drought, ever more storms. But because the globe is so big, it’s hard for most people to see that it’s all connected. That’s why, on May 5, all over the earth, we will Connect the Dots. We’ll share the images from around the world and give climate change a human face -- we’ll hold up a mirror to the planet and force people to come face to face with the ravages of climate change.
EXHIBIT | Climate Warming Is a Global Problem; In this exhibition the National Academies provide scientific information to help us make informed decisions and to help answer some important questions: Is The Climate Warming? Are Humans Causing Climate Warming? What Effects Might Climate Warming Have? What Should Be Done About Climate Warming?(Photos of South Cascade Glacier, Washington in 1928, 1979, and 2003)