Science and Nature: TV and Radio Follow-up
On this BBC Web site, David Sington, producer of "Dimming the Sun," answers questions about global dimming.
Encyclopedia of the Atmospheric Environment
This comprehensive Web site offers information on a range of environmental and atmospheric issues, including air quality, acid rain, climate change, global warming, and sustainability, with dedicated sections for both older and younger viewers.
National Resources Defense Council
The Global Warming section of the National Resources Defense Council's Web site offers interactives, photo essays, field research, FAQs, and more. Recent environmental news and conservation guides are also featured.
On NASA's Earth Observatory Web site, learn how to conduct experiments related to the changing Earth and find features on atmospheric, geological, and marine sciences.
Climate Change Chronicles
The Climate Change Chronicles Web site offers the latest news and information on climate change, alternative energy, global warming, and global dimming. Interact with others concerned about these issues via discussion forums and comment posting.
The Weather Maker: How Man Is Changing the Climate and What It Means for
Life on Earth
by Tim Flannery. Atlantic Monthly Press, 2006.
High Tide: The Truth About Our Climate Crisis
Mark Lynas. Picador, 2004.
Climate Crash: Abrupt Climate Change and What It Means For Our Future
John D. Cox. Joseph Henry Press, 2005.
Climate Change Begins at Home: Life on the Two-Way Street of Global Warming
by Dave Reay. Macmillan, 2005.
What's Up With the Weather?
FRONTLINE and NOVA take on a complex and critical phenomenon—global warming.
Tracking El Niño
Scientists struggle to understand the El Niño phenomenon, second only to the seasons in its effect on global weather.