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Climate Change is the defining issue of our time and we are at a critical moment.
From shifting weather patterns that threaten food production, to rising sea levels that increase the risk of catastrophic flooding, the impacts of climate change are global in scope and unprecedented in scale.
Without drastic action today, adapting to these impacts in the future will be more difficult and costly.
This page brings together library books, resources and recommended links to help you find out more about Climate Change.
Issues Online has many resources related to climate change including government reports, statistics, infographics, surveys, academic research, newspaper articles and blog posts from a variety of sources.
To access Issues Online, click on the Login button, under Your Home Institution Shibboleth login click on “go to the login area”. Type in Bradford College and click on “Login”, and then enter your College username and password.
Topics include global climate change, green building, pollution, sustainable agriculture, renewable energy and recycling.
GreenFILE indexes scholarly and general interest titles, as well as government documents and reports. Includes full text for open access journals.
Please use your college username and password to access this database.
Useful site on climate change including information on the IPCC report, legal approaches such as the Kyoto Protocol and Paris Agreement, links to video, and updates on campaigns such as the Climate Action Summit 2019. Includes many full text reports, convention documents, training materials, and UN documents.
Reports and other information resources coordinated by the United Nations and produced through the collaboration of thousands of international scientists to provide a clear and up to date view of the current state of scientific knowledge relevant to climate change.
Student led organisation that largely focuses on promoting the views of other students, particularly those under 18 who therefore don’t have voting rights, with the aim of fighting for our future on this planet.
The Economics of Climate Change: The Stern Review is a landmark study that was published on 30 October 2006. The Stern Review has become one of the most influential reports on climate change ever produced since its release by Her Majesty’s Treasury of the UK Government.