As part of its Resources features, the Geographical Association has a new feature on climate change.  This begins:

“Climate change is an important and historic geographical process which looks into the past, present and future.  But what is the evidence for climate change? What causes it, and what impact will it have on environments and people?

The Royal Meteorological Society’s climate change updates series for geography teachers helps answer these questions, and acts as a summary for geography teachers and secondary and post 16 students investigating climate change, based on data chosen from recent reports on climate change by the Intergovernmental Panel.”

This is followed by many links to GA resources and publications, and to those of other organisations.  Although meant for geographers and geography teachers, these may well be of wider interest.


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