Reports 2009
External links

Industry Assistance:

Solar Homes and Communities Plan

AusIndustry - Climate Ready Program

AusIndustry - Re-Tooling for Climate Change

Federal Government Environment Grants

WA Government Grants

National and International Institutions and resources:

National Science Board (US)

National Science Board (US) - Draft Report - Building a Sustainable Energy Future

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Australian Greenhouse Office

Australian Greenhouse Accounts

Climate Action Network Australia

Australian Bureau of Meteorology
- Climate Information
- Climate Change

CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research

Australian Centre for Environmental Stress and Adaptation Research

United Nations Framework Convention On Climate Change (UNFCCC)

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (WMO + UNEP)

The Hadley Centre for Climate Change Prediction and Research (UK)

EPA Global Warming (USA)

Botanic Gardens Conservation International (UK)

National Centre for Sustainability

Sites or articles relevant to sustainable energy and climate change

Wikipedia article on sustainable energy (World)

National Biodiversity and Climate Change Action Plan 2004 - 2007 (Aust)

Living with Climage change - overview (Aust) [PDF]

Earthtoys - Alternative And Renewable Energy News, Emagazine And Library

ScienceDaily - online magazine and Web portal devoted to science, technology, and medicine.

Climate Change - An Australian Guide to the Science and Potential Impacts

CSIRO Climate change projections for Australia (2001) [PDF]

CSIRO Climate Change Impacts for Australia (2003) [PDF]

CSIRO Climate Change Impacts for Australia (2007) [Aust web page]

Stonger evidence but new challenges: climate change science 2001-2005 (Aust Greenhouse Office) [PDF]

National Briefing on the IPCC Working Group 2 Report - Sydney (Tue 10 April 2007)

Professor Steffen's 2007 presentation available on the EIANZ website under the ACT Division section.
The presentation is large (16 MB)

Additional information on sea level rise and climate change available at http://www.futuresmart.com.au/rtwgreenhouse.html

Amazing presentations from great presenters: from TED - stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design.  

TED - Bill Gross: Great ideas for finding new energy

TED - Juan Enriquez: Why can't we grow new energy?

TED - Shai Agassi: A bold plan for mass adoption of electric cars
 
TED - Saul Griffith: Inventing a super-kite to tap the energy of high-altitude wind

CO2 Now

Storing Renewable Energy on the Smart Grid

 
Reports from 2008