Climate Change Resources

The links on this page are continually updated to make sure readers can access current information and community resilience models for their own city and region. Check the video on the home page and links on the side panels for additional links to breaking climate change resiliency models.

Fantastic approach to climate change education that preserves hope and addresses shared values rather than scientific facts. Scroll down to listen to podcast. About 30 minutes long. Well worth t!

Union of Concerned Scientists’ 2019 Killer Heat Report which shows scenarios in hundreds of cities across the United States for extreme temperature potential. 2019 killer-heat-analysis-full-report.

*****Watch a recent webinar sponsored by the Security and Sustainability Forum on local planning to mitigate killer heat in your community:   SSF.KillerHeat.MS.RC.RL (4)

Follow Report to Killer Heat

Drawdown is the most comprehensive solutions project in the world. Project Drawdown is a world-class research and communication organization which serves as a non-partisan, non-commercial, highly-trusted source of solutions to reverse global warming. Project Drawdown is shifting the larger global conversation on climate change from “doom and gloom” to a sense of opportunity, possibility, and hope for the future. We share climate solutions with the world through our best-selling book, public presentations, and content. We collaborate with media and non-profit partners to further spread our messages to global audiences.

International Panel on Climate Change: The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the leading international body for the assessment of climate change.

Vital Signs of the Planet (NASA):  Dashboard of temperature, arctic sea ice, etc. To explore the evidence for climate change, go HERE.

ClimateWise: Helping Community Adapt to Climate Change. Some good videos and models for cities and municipalities.

Kentucky Climate Change: climate-change-ky