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Books in our Library on Climate Change

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DVDs

Title

Classification

60 Earth hour

363.73874 SIX

The big chill

591.42 BIG

Climate change

363.73874 CLI

Climate chaos: Bush's climate of fear

363.73874 CLI

Cutting Edge: Power surge

333.794 CUT

Emission impossible

333.79 EMI

Five ways to save the world

363.73874 FIV

Global warming

363.73874 GLO

Global warming : the signs and the science

363.73874 GLO

The greenhouse effect

363.73874 GRE

I can change your mind about climate

551.6 ABC

Ice Age meltdown

551.792 ICE

Insight: Danger Zone

551.6 INS

Labor pounces on Macfarlane interest rate comments:  Gore in fight for truth on global warming:  Melbourne Storm hoping to win back support

070.43 ABC

Little Ice Age:  Big chill

551.6 LIT

Tipping point - global warming

551.6 TIP

Library Webs

Find quality web sites here. Check out the following sections: 

  • Chemistry and Earth Sciences > Weather and climate > Global climate change
  • Social Sciences > Environment Movement > Responses by governments and organisations to environmental threats
  • Geography > Pacific Islands: Global warming
  • Geography > Asia: Global warming
  • Modern World History > United Nations > UN: Global warming

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Online Books

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Climate Change Lecture

Useful Web Sites

Coping with Climate Change

Search the State Library's Databases

TED Talks

There are many TED Talks on climate change. Click on the image to view them.

Lessons from ABC Splash

Visit ABC Splash for videos, interactive activities and digibooks on climate change.

Search World Book

Find a good summary of the topic, as well as web sites, primary sources and magazine articles.

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