Over the years I collected an arsenal. They’re part of my Climateball repertoire. There are more, but these should be enough to get you going. If you need assistance, contact me at language is a social art dot gmail.
2021; Myths vs. Facts: Global Warming; good looking but incomplete.
2020; Global Warming & Climate Change Myths;
not half as bad as it looks. You’ll need something better at some point.
2018; The impacts of climate change at 1.5C, 2C and beyond;
Carbon Brief’s page is a work of art.
2008; The Discovery of Global Warming;
Spencer’s classic book, courtesy of the American Institute of Physics.
2008; How to Talk to a Skeptic;
Cody’s series is still the best.
2007; Climate change: A guide for the perplexed;
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
RTFR – Read The Friendly Reports.
A contrarian audit of the temperature records that found warming.
American Chemical Society
The ACS Science Toolkit
An examplary website!
Global Climate Change – Vital Signs of the Planet
NASA’s site is very well done.
Cool platform for visualizing climate and weather datasets.
Climate Rapid Overview and Decision Support. Better than its name.
Energy Policy Solutions Simulator
Policies imply trade-offs. Test how your ideas would work.
Resources for the Future
Carbon Pricing Calculator
Because visualizing the effects of different policy designs matters.
Shared Socioeconomic Pathways Database
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
Everything one needs to know about future projections.
Wood for Trees
Toying with time series and creating screenshots is a must.
An Illustrated Book of Bad Arguments
Climate Lab Book
The most beautiful representation of the 20th century warming.
The Climate Clock