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- Climate Vulnerability Monitor, launched December 2010
- Mapping carbon dioxide emissions, November 27 2009
- Carbon Quilt
- Global map, Base year - 2006 emissions growth, percent
- The world 4 degrees C warmer, New Scientist
- Climate Code Red
- Clear Climate Code, a project which writes and maintains software for climate science, with an emphasis on clarity and correctness.
- How We Can Save the Planet, Mayer Hillman, 2004, Penguin Books, ISBN 0141016922
- The Weather Makers - by Tim Flannery. ISBN 0871139359
- Heat, George Monbiot, 2006, Penguin (Allen Lane), ISBN 0713999233
- Top 10 Ways to Stop Global Warming: Do Not Stay Indifferent!
- Climate Solutions Images from tcktcktck.org (some of these appear to have a cc mark)
Random facts Edit
- Total emissions from international shipping are approximately three percent of global emissions - greater than the total emissions from Germany and around twice those of Australia. A single ship can produce more emissions in a year than many small island developing states. Shipping emissions doubled between 1990 and 2007, and are projected to more than double again by 2050. 
- At its lowest point during the 2007 summer melting season, sea ice coverage in the Arctic stood at 1.59 million square miles, compared with the previous low of 2.05 million square miles in 2005. The long-term average between 1979 and 2000 is 2.60 million square miles. Source: National Snow and Ice Data Centre, USA  topic, Polar ice packs
- Of the 33 cities projected to have at least 8 million residents by 2015, at least 21 are coastal cities that will have to contend with sea-level rise from climate change. Source: Worldwatch Institute