A guide is now available to help individuals of all ages understand how climate influences them -- and how they influence climate. A product of the U.S. Climate Change Science Program, it was compiled by an interagency group led by NOAA.
American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy,
www.aceee.org/consumer/consumer.htm. Tips on home
energy savings and motor vehicle efficiency.
Climate Change Education, www.climatechangeeducation
.org. Links to museums, lesson plans, and other resources
relating to climate change.
Climate Institute, "What You Can Do," www.climate.org/
topics/you/index.shtml. Recommendations for reducing
our environmental footprint.
Earth Day Network, "Climate Change Solutions," www
Focus the Nation, www.focusthenation.org. Nationwide college
organizing committee on global warming solutions
and political awareness.
National Council of Churches of Christ, www.protecting
creation.org. Interfaith campaign for climate justice.
Vanity Fair, "FiftyWays to Help Save the Planet," www
Weather Channel, "Solutions Library," http://climate.weather