These fact sheets and websites will help you understand the facts about climate change and the important questions facing our world.
- Global Climate Change – Fact sheet presenting what we know, what is predicted, what we are currently seeing and documenting, and what can be done to reduce climate change and its impacts.
- Climate Change video series – This narrated slide presentation summarizes the science of climate change and its implications for humans and ecosystems. It is peer-reviewed and written at a lay level so is easy to understand. It is divided into 10 short sections in video format to allow viewing a few minutes at a time.
- Regional Approaches to Climate Change for Pacific Northwest Agriculture – A project committed to sustainability and building resiliency in cereal production systems.
- Climate and Rural Energy Development Center – The Climate Center webpage provides information about relevant state, regional and national activities and resources about climate change and renewable energy resources.
- Climate Friendly Farming – A project to better understand carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture and to establish research projects focused on improving the resiliency of agriculture to a changing climate.
- Animal agriculture in a changing climate – Extension is part of this effort to help farmers understand and plan for climate change. All of the materials are housed in the Animal Agriculture and Climate Change website. Here is a quick link to the Adaptation Planning Guide and the Online Self Study Course materials.
- The AgClimate Network is a web-based hub for data, analysis and communication between regional scientists and stakeholders about climate change and agricultural and natural resources topics.
- Organic farming and climate change is the topic of this webinar series.
- Climate Impact Group – Hosted by the University of Washington this site provides up-to-date information, hard science and data analysis to help decision makers.