CLIMATE CHANGE LINKS
Part 1: How Americans Think About Climate Change in Six Maps - NY Times - link
If time, check out "Mapping 50 Years of Melting Ice in Glacier National Park" - NY Times - link
Part 3: What are the possible consequences of climate change? - EPA - link
Part 4: Why don't people believe and act? The psychology of threats - PBS - link
Part 5: What is our government's plan? America First Energy Plan - whitehouse.gov - link
Part 6: What is the world doing about climate change? Paris Agreement
Article from EU that explains Paris Agreement - link
Article from BBC about Paris Climate Agreement - link
Movie that explains Paris Agreement - link
Movie from EU about Paris Agreement - link
Part 7: What do scientists think can be done about climate change?
10 Solutions for Climate Change (Scientific American) - link
Engineering the Earth to Fight Climate Change (Harvard) - link
Are any Geoengineering Solutions Viable or Realistic (Scientific American) - link
In Global Efforts to Address Climate Change, Electrical Engineers Have Crucial Role (MIT News) - link
also interesting, Jet Contrails Affect Surface Temperatures (Penn State) - link
Making Methane Fuel from Microbes (science daily) - link
Climate Stabilization: Planting Trees Cannot Replace Cutting CO2 Emmisions - link
and lastly, the Wikipedia entry on climate engineering - link
Part 8: How can we convince people?
Science in America with Neil deGrasse Tyson - link
13 Misconceptions About Climate Change Explained from Veritasium - link
Weather Underground - Great website for checking on lots of weather details
SEPUP Atmosphere Interactive - We will use this atmosphere interactive to learn about layers of the atmosphere and their properties.
Water Cycle - This cycle shows the water cycle, and you can click on each part of the water cycle to learn more.
Link for #64
SEPUP Worldwide Wind Interactive - We will use this interactive to learn about prevailing winds all over the world.
Types of Clouds - images and information about clouds at different elevations
Warm and Cold Fronts - Great animations of each
EPA Climate Change (for students)
Global Climate Change QUIZ from National Geographic
Global Climate Change BASIC FACTS - very reliable information from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration