If you think of climate change as a 1,000,000 piece jigsaw puzzle, it’s easy to understand why we each tend to focus on a single piece of that puzzle. Unfortunately, that makes it difficult to step back and look at the larger puzzle, even if such a view might us a whole new perspective on the problem.
In constructing the Climate Web, we have spent thousands of hours searching for documents, news stories, websites, infographics, videos, and other climate-relevant materials. It turns out there’s an incredible variety of interesting—and even fun—resources out there that most people interested in climate change are unlikely to ever come across. Perhaps one of these resources could influence your thinking or help you communicate the problem to others. The Climate Resources Spotlight is organized by categories likely to be of interest to different viewers.
In the Spotlight, you can explore the many topics below. To back up to a prior view at any time, click on the “breadcrumb trail” at the bottom, or simply backspace in your browser. To return to the original Spotlight view at any time, click click here at any time.
- Looking for that one great book on climate change? Check “Popular Climate Books”
- Want to better understand key related topics? Check “Insightful Non-Climate Books”
- Looking for more reading materials? Check “Climate Blogs”
- Humor as a communications tool? Check “Climate Cartoons”
- Looking for social media sources? Check “Facebook Groups” or “LinkedIn Groups”
- If a picture is worth more than 1,000 words, check “Climate Visualizations”
- Really useful reports? Check “Climate Reports”
- Climate news? Check “Climate News”
- Looking for a climate-relevant present? Check “Climate Gifts”
- Are you really a Big Picture person? Check “Big Picture”
- A visual learner? Check “Climate Videos”
- Love infographics? Check “Climate Infographics”
- A climate entrepreneur? Check “Climate Startups”
- Looking for the right quote? Check “Climate-Relevant Quotes”
- Tackling the communications challenge? Check “Communicating Climate Change”
- Prefer fiction? Check “Climate Fiction”
- Want to understand knowledge management? Check “Knowledge Management”
To explore how the Climate Web or a Climate Spotlight can help you with your climate-relevant objectives, contact the Climatographers at 503-913-0025.