Staying Current with Climate Change: Newsletters, Listservs, and Updates
Below are some resources to help you stay current on the fast-moving topics of climate change and climate-smart conservation. Also, don't forget to check the Climate Commons "This Week's Highlights" and check the latest items cataloged in the Commons (you can get an RSS feed from that page).
The CA LCC Listserv Newsletter
Weekly news, events, and announcements relevant to climate change and conservation from the California Landscape Conservation Cooperative. See examples of the newsletter and sign up to receive them on the CA LCC's website.
Point Blue Conservation Science's Ecology, Climate Change and Related News
A consolidation of items of interest drawn from sources such as www.sciencedaily.com, The Society for Ecological Restoration, news.google.com, www.climateprogress.org, www.slate.com, www.sfgate.com, The Wildlife Society NewsBrief and other sources as indicated. Get it by signing up for the BAECCC Google Group at the BAECCC website.
DWR Climate News Digest
The information provided here is a selected compilation of recent popular news articles, publications, and other information relevant to climate change and water management. The links provided herein are intended to provide educational and thought-provoking material for water managers and water users.
To subscribe to the DWR Climate News listserv and receive notifications when new editions are posted, send an email to: email@example.com.
Climate-Smart Conservation Policy Listserv
The Nature Conservancy and Point Blue Conservation Science have teamed up to begin this listserv to share information and ideas on climate risk reduction, response policy and planning, and potentially develop joint recommendations. If you are interested in subscribing to this new listserv, please contact Alex Leumer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A commentary site on climate science by working climate scientists for the interested public and journalists. Responds with in-depth scientific discussion to developing stories in the media.
Hosted by atmospheric scientist Judith Curry of Georgia Tech, this weblog provides a forum for climate researchers, academics and technical experts from other fields, citizen scientists, and the interested public to engage in a discussion on topics related to climate science and the science-policy interface.
CNPA: California-Nevada Climate Applications Program
Climate information for California and Nevada decision makers, funded by the NOAA Office of Global Programs and California Energy Commission
350 Dot Org
The latest in climate change political activism. World and national focus.