Listed below are many of the links referenced in ‘Experiencing Change’ plus a number of others. I obviously cannot be responsible for the content of these sites, but despite their often unconventional, or even controversial views, you should not find them offensive.  

Climate Change

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The standard view on global warming or ‘climate change’ as it is now called is provided by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC):

The UK Met office supports the IPCC’s views on global warming:

The science, however, is far less settled than is often represented in the media. The 2008 U.S. Senate Minority Report appears to be gathering defectors from the IPCC camp:

A coherent skeptic view of global warming:

The Oregon Petition has been much maligned for the methods used in collecting signatures and for the quality of its recording of individuals’ scientific credentials:

The Science and Public Policy Institute provides an alternative view of the global warming debate. Lord Monckton is a member and has challenged Al Gore to a public debate on the matter; Al Gore has so far declined:

A synopsis from ‘The Register’ of one of the key issues in the debate; that of quality of measurement data:

ICECAP carries some controversial views on the global warming debate:

Arguments from ‘The Heartlands Institute’ that it is nature not human activity that rules the climate:

A basic introduction to ‘cap and trade’:

A Times article summarising a legal judgement on Al Gore’s eco-political movie ‘An Inconvenient Truth’. ‘Al Gore’s Inconvenient Judgement’: includes some interesting views on global warming:

BBC articles questioning the IPCC view on global warming are quite rare:

Medieval Warming Period (MWP) as a global phenomenon:

Sunday Times ‘News Review’ piece on global warming based on a chapter from ‘Superfreakonomics’

Jim Puplava interviews Ian Plimer, twice winner of Australia's highest scientific honor, the Eureka Prize, and professor in the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences at The University of Adelaide:

Lord Monkton videos:

Climate change belief given same legal status as religion:

Livestock accountable for 51% of human emissions - Worldwatch Institute:

One for the conspiracy enthusiasts - the November 2009 ‘Climategate’ or ‘Warmergate’ scandal and follow-up articles:

Arctic sea ice and temperature records:

The first of several ‘warmist’ based climate change videos which explores the science:

Generally a warmist view on climate change but still a well balanced set of Q&A’s - without the rhetoric:

A December 2009 report from the ‘other’ Copenhagen summit:

Meanwhile a December 2009 release from The Met Office asserts that the noughties were the warmest on record:

A U.S. based climate skeptic site:

Signs of a genuine debate appears with The Daily Express providing 100 reasons why global warming is natural and New Scientist presenting 50 reasons why it isn’t:

January 2010 Daily Mail article on potential global cooling phase starting:

January 2010 Times article - ‘World misled over Himalayan glacier meltdown’

January 2010 Sunday Times article - ‘UN wrongly linked global warming to natural disasters’

January 2010 Times article: Science Chief John Beddington calls for honesty on climate change:

A postscript to the ‘Climategate’ affair - January 2010 Times article on the Freedom of Information Act law being broken:

January 2010 Sunday Times article on the IPCC use of Brazilian rain forest research ‘misused’:

February 2010 UK Daily Telegraph article: ‘A perfect storm is brewing for the IPCC’:

BBC article March 2010: ‘Lovelock: we can’t save the planet’: