Here are a few links that can help you find out more about climate change science, communication, organizations and movements and much more! If you stumble upon something that you think we should add to this list, let us know.

National 350 Aotearoa Resource Kit for Campaigners (available on request)

Global 350.org resource page

Go Fossil Free campaign resources

Web pages & interactive

Carbon footprint calculator

NASA interactive “Climate time machines”

Climate change myth busters “Reality Drop”

“Talking climate” – the gateway to research on climate change communication

Videos

Bill McKibben’s “Do The Math” talk in Auckland

Bill McKibben’s “Do The Math” movie

“Wake Up, Freak out” – a wonderful 11 min movie about climate change causes and impacts

Articles and research

Hot Topic – blog about global warming and the future of New Zealand

“Global Warming’s Terrifying New Math”, Bill McKibben’s article in “Rolling Stones” magazine

Market Forces – exposing the institutions that are financing environmentally destructive projects

“Guardian” climate change section

“Big Facts” – the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security’s (CCAFS) “Big Facts” site represents the latest and most authoritative research on topics at the intersection of climate change, agriculture and food security

Climate Change Performance Index 2012 – showing where which country is at in terms of climate change work

“Rapid Response Assessment Series” by UNEP/GRIDA – Arendal, reporting on various cliamte change related topics (e.g. blue carbon, women & climate change etc.)

“Kick The Habit: A UN Guide To Climate Neutrality” by UN & its partner organizations

Tools, manuals, handbooks

Online Organizing Guide. A Practical Handbook for Community Organizers Who Want To Leverage Social Media for Social Media

“Handbook for Action Against Climate Change” – well made manual with methods, games, exercises and action  plans for climate change education

“Food Security and Climate Change: Challenge Badge” – a climate change education curriculum/manual for young people, created by WAGGGS and FAO

Organizations, institutions and movements

Greenpeace New Zealand

Coal Action Network Aotearoa

OraTaiao – NZ Health & Climate counsil

WWF New Zealand

New Zealand Climate Research Institute

National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research

NZ Government website Climate Change section

Posters

Kiwis Deserve Fossil Free Banks!

Divestment Resources

REPORTS

Resilient Portfolios & Fossil Free Pensions by HIP Investor, 2013

Beyond Fossil Fuels: The Investment Case for Fossil Fuel Divestment, by Impax Asset Management, 2013.

Institutional Guide to Fossil Free Investing by Joshua Humphreys, Ph.D., Tellus Institute, May, 2013.

Unburnable Carbon – Are the world’s financial markets carrying a carbon bubble? by the Carbon Tracker Initiative, 2014.

Unburnable Carbon 2013: Wasted capital and stranded assets by the Carbon Tracker Initiative, 2013.

The Window for Thermal Coal Investment is Closing by Goldman Sachs, July, 2013.

What a Carbon-Constrained Future Could Mean for Oil Companies’ Creditworthiness by Standard & Poor’s, March, 2013.

Debunking Myths About Fossil Fuel Divestment by 350.org, Go Fossil Free, 2014.

Stranded Assets and the Fossil Fuel Divestment Campaign: What Does Divestment Mean for the Valuation of Fossil Fuel Assets? by the University of Oxford, September, 2013.

Stranded Assets and Thermal Coal: an Analysis of Environment-related Risk Exposure by the University of Oxford, January, 2016

Stranded assets and subcritical coal: the risk to companies and Investors by the University of Oxford, March, 2015

KEY RESOURCES

List of top global 200 oil, coal and gas companies, by proven carbon reserves

ARTICLES

Divesting From Fossil Fuels Means A Cleaner, Safer And More Resilient Future – Forbes, Logan Yovjanak, 29 July 2013.

It’s Time To Stop Investing In The Fossil Fuel Industry –  The Guardian, Bill McKibben (350.org), 30 May, 2013.

Investment Funds Divested From Fossil Fuels “Will Perform Better” – The Energy Collective, David Thorpe, 16 July, 2013.

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