Climate Change: Past, Present, and Future by Warren Allmon, Trisha Smrecak, and Robert Ross. Available for purchase on this website through the Global Change Project.

The Down-to-Earth Guide to Global Warming by Laurie David and Cabria Gordon, 2007.

How We Know What We Know About Our Changing Climate by Lynne Cherry and Gary Braasch. 2008. is an excellent compendium of documents explaining the many different aspects of climate science. Although some references are scientific papers, many links to public opinion polls and quicklinks to frequently cited parts of the 2007 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) make this a great site for everyone, regardless of background. provides many clear diagrams depicting the results of climate scientists. The images and captions make the science accessible for college and elementary classrooms, alike. is another excellent source of regional climate information, highlighting the key issues that will affect each region. It also stores many excellent resources on climate science. explores weather, climate, and climate change using different scales. A great resource for classrooms, with imagery and an accompanying tutorial. includes the impacts of climate change broken down by region, clear, simple breakdowns of why the climate is changing and what we can do about it. is the home of the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication. From their mission: "Empowers educators and communicators with the knowledge and tools to more effectively engage their audiences."