- Milne, S., “Consuming Carbon: RESOLVE Scenarios to 2030 for UK Household Consumption”, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK, ISBN 978-1-84469-023-7, November 2011. Resolve
Wanted pages and external links
- UK Carbon Reporting Framework. The Framework acts as a matchmaker between carbon reduction projects, such as community owned renewable energy installations or the energy efficient refurbishment of social housing and organisations wishing to support such projects in the UK. 
- UK Climate Impacts Programme (UKCIP), established in 1997 to help co-ordinate scientific research into the impacts of climate change, and to help organisations adapt to those unavoidable impacts.
- DECC 2050 calculator tool
- How well prepared is the UK for climate change? - Adaptation Sub-Committee,16 September 2010 theccc.org.uk, first national assessment of how well prepared the UK is to cope with the impacts of climate change through adopting measures to adapt to climate change.
- Statistics about climate change from the Department of Energy and Climate Change
- Real Time Carbon
- UK climate projections (UKCP09), information on how the UK’s climate is likely to change in the 21st century, as it responds to rising levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
- Defra UK, Adapting to climate change
- UK 21st Century Climate Scenarios or UKCIP08 for short. Information relevant to the next package of climate change scenarios for the UK.
- March 22 2007 - Public Attitudes towards climate change and the impact of transport, (UK) Department for Transport
- Warm Words: How are we telling the climate story and can we tell it better? by Gill Ereaut and Nat Segnit, August 2006. ippr
- Climate change - beyond 2100: Climate Change on the Millennial Timescale, by the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research and Environment Agency, February 2006
- Carbon Map for the UK, from the Carbon Trust, published February 2006, data for 2003
- Avoiding dangerous climate change, January 30 2006
- Time to get ready - Environment Agency report on climate change in England and Wales, a good overview