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Last update: February 9, 2016
 
 
Canada's Action on Climate Change
 
Climate Change Web site (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)
The site was developped by EPA in collaboration with other federal agencies and was updated in October 2006. The site provides the latest scientific information reflecting consensus findings from U.S. and international organizations. Besides the sections Science, U.S. Climate Policy, Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Environmental Effects, visitors will also find educational tools and information allowing them to understand and to estimate their personal impact on climate change. A Climate change kids site is also available.
 
ESA Space for our climate
 
Exploring the Environment - Global Climate Change
 
Global Monitoring for environment and Security
See also Belgian GMES participation
 
Global Warming
The Earth’s average temperature rose by more than half a degree Celsius over the last century. What caused this change? Join NASA’s Earth Observatory Team in an investigation into the causes and effects of global warming, through a series of instructional movies.
 
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
 
The US Global Change Research Information Office
 
Tropospheric Emission Monitoring Internet Service
TEMIS aims to compute and deliver global concentrations of tropospheric trace gases, and aerosol and UV products derived from observations of nadir-viewing satellite instruments. TEMIS is part of the Data User Programme (DUP) of the European Space Agency (ESA). The service of TEMIS centres around four themes: Air pollution monitoring, UV radiation monitoring, Support to Protocol monitoring and Support to Aviation control.
 
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)


Text of the Convention (1992 - pdf)
Caring for climate 2005- a guide to the Climate Change Convention and the Kyoto Protocol (pdf)
Climate Change Information Kit (pdf)

 
World Climate Research Programme