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Climate Change Bibliography

American Audubon Society

Where have all the birds gone? North American has lost 3 billion birds since 1970.

Chicago Botanic Garden botanic garden celebrates world environment day.

The Jason Project and Climate Change


UN and State of CA

NOAA---National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

World Wildlife Foundation

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change


A student’s guide to global warming (updated last on 5/9/17)

EPA research improves knowledge of the health and environment effects of climate change and provides sustainable solutions for communities to effectively manage and reduce the impacts of a changing climate.

Chicago Council on Science and Technology

The Chicago Council on Science and Technology’s (C2ST) mission is to enhance the public’s understanding and appreciation of science and technology and their impact on society.

National Geographic for Kids

State Climatologist office for IL 

Living Lands and Waters

Field Museum

Adaption and mitigation

Museum of Science and Industry

Natural History Museum of New York

climate change exhibit

Our warming world

Consequences of climate change

The Green New Deal

What is it and will it work?

Paris climate agreement synopsis

Words of an adolescent

Books and Periodicals  by author

Gelbspan, R.  (1997 ). The Heat is On.

Gelbspan, R.  (2008).  Boiling Point.

Gore. A. (2017).  An Inconvenient Sequel, Truth to Power, Your action handbook to learn the science, find your voice, and help solve the climate crises.  New York:  New York:  Rodale.

Gutman, D.  (Ed.). (2009).  Recycle this book, 100 top children’s book authors tell how to go green, New York, New York:  Random House.

Gawrylewski, A. (2019). Scientific American, Wild Ideas in Science

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