What is the climate change bird atlas? What is the best climate video series yet? Have you seen Jonathan Haidt's "can't miss" interview with Bill Moyers? Can whales change the climate? Explore these and 26 more fascinating online resources with this Ebook.
The Climate Web organizes more than 1,000 books relevant to the many climate change conversations currently underway. This Ebook brings 20 of those books to your attention. You will see that some of the most valuable reading you can do for tackling climate change involves books that aren't about climate change at all (at least not directly)!
(updated v.1.1) If an image is worth 1,000 words, what is a climate change visualization worth? This Ebook pulls together a few of the examples of animations collected in the Climate Web. Get introduced to the enormous creativity already being focused on helping us all to understand and respond to climate change.
FREE FOR A LIMITED TIME! Carbon offsets are an increasingly popular climate change mitigation option at the individual, company, and even sectoral levels (e.g., the aviation sector). But do carbon offsets really help mitigate climate change? This Ebook does not provide a “yes or no” answer to the question, but it does introduce you to critical questions you should be aware of before you assume that writing that check for carbon offsets will really accomplish something.
This Ebook introduces the Climate Web as a resource for individuals, philanthropies, and NGOs working toward climate solutions. There are dozens of climate narratives and hundreds of climate silos currently in play when it comes to solving climate change. Based on 20,000 hours of expert knowledge curation, the Climate Web can help you develop a uniquely big picture perspective on climate change, or dig deep into individual topics. It can help you come up with the climate narratives needed to influence individuals, business leaders, policy makers, and others.
The Climate Web is a comprehensive knowledge management system for understanding and tackling climate change. This Ebook helps you begin to explore some of the ways in which that information is organized so that you can better see how you can take advantage of the Climate Web for your purposes. Just click on the images in the Ebook to open short videos exploring different capabilities of the Climate Web.
Did you even know that "climate change music" exists? It is one of the hundreds of topics we track in the Climate Web. This Ebook points you to a number of individual music videos, as well as letting you explore our Climate Web Mini-Brain dedicated to climate music videos. You can download the Mini-Brain to your mobile device and access the videos at any time.
When it comes to the ultimate planetary board game of Climate Chess, Team No-Urgency has had the upper hand over Team Urgency for decades. This Ebook explores how to learn from the metaphor of Climate Chess to strengthen Team Urgency’s players and chess pieces on the game board, perhaps shifting the balance of power that has prevailed for so long. It is a companion to another free Ebook, Individuals and Climate Change.
Is reducing one's carbon footprint and voting for candidates that support climate change action really the best that individuals can do when it comes to combating climate change? That is certainly what individuals see and hear on the internet. This Ebook provides a different perspective on the (potential) role of individual action in tackling climate change. It is a companion to another free Ebook, Winning at Climate Chess.
Quotes can be a great way to explore new aspects of a topic like climate change and can be helpful in countering the "confirmation bias" that is so easy for us to fall prey to. This Ebook provides 20 of our favorite climate-related quotes on relevant visual backgrounds to introduce you to our larger collections of climate quotes. We'll even send you a file so you can use the quotes on your own.
The Climate Web organizes more than 3,000 videos covering all aspects of the climate change problem and solutions. This Ebook helps you understand the organization of that massive learning resource and introduces you to the Climatographers’ Climate Videos Mini-Brain. Its contents have been extracted from the Climate Web and organized for easy access. You can download the Mini-Brain to your phone, tablet, or desktop.
You're probably aware of the existence of online climate learning resources including Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). But chances are you have only come across a small fraction of the available resources. This Ebook provides you with instant access to a wide range of online courses and related materials.
This Ebook introduces you to Your Climate Change PhD, a comprehensive resource for participating in and contributing to today's numerous climate change conversations. Most individuals arrive at the topic of climate change through one or another of numerous "climate change silos." Your Climate Change PhD pulls together what every individual should know to be as effective as possible in helping to tackle climate change. It also provides you with access to hundreds of relevant resources, from free online courses to hundreds of insightful videos, books, reports, and websites.
The Climate Web reflects 20,000 hours of expert knowledge curation and covers hundreds of climate change topics. This Users Guide walks you through the Climate Web's structure and capabilities so you can more effectively use it and more clearly see how the Climate Web could probably advance your climate change goals. The Climatographers are happy to support you in taking advantage of the unique knowledge solution found in the Climate Web.
This Ebook introduces you to the idea of personal knowledge management and TheBrain® software that we use in the Climate Web. We've created a Climate Change Starter Brain that is free for you to download, which you will use with the free version of TheBrain® software to instantly launch your own knowledge management system. Make it your own, take it in whatever direction works for you, and you'll soon wonder how you ever lived without it!
This Ebook, although almost a year old, still does an excellent job of illustrating the sheer diversity of climate change conversations underway in any given year. In Climate Conversations 2018 you can scan the scope of those conversations during 2018 in just a couple of minutes. The Ebook is Climate Web Enabled; you can take advantage of hyperlinks in the Ebook to access included reports in the Climate Web.
This is an excellent and well structured e-book which explains a complex issue in an easy to understand manner. After spending a considerable amount of time looking at the voluntary carbon market, I came to the same conclusions presented in the book.
I really liked the e-book on climate chess. I love playing chess, and it was a great analogy.
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