The Nature Publishing Group has launched a new journal devoted solely to climate change issues, appropriately enough entitled Nature Climate Change. For those readers who don’t have a subscription to this publication, there are a set of really good “Research Highlights” that are currently free to view on the site. You can also sign up for free weekly e-alerts on the site. I think it’s critical for law students and graduate policy students to spend some time grappling with climate science, and while some of the articles in Nature Climate Change may be a bit difficult for non-scientists, it’s a good way for students to develop at least a rudimentary understanding of these issues, which is critical if they are to be effective in helping to formulate realistic solutions or in training others to do so.
- A Methodology for Assessing the Merit of Adaptation Approaches
- Online Simulation Resources for Teaching Climate Change Science
- Climate Change Media Partnership’s Roster of Experts
- Free online REDD course
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