SCCS written evidence to the Parliament's Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee the draft second Report and Proposals and Policies (RPP2)
SCCS written evidence to the Parliament's Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee on the draft second Report and Proposals and Policies (RPP2)
Point of No Return (2013)
This 2013 Greenpeace study reveals how a 'carbon bomb' of 14 planned fossil fuel projects alone would increase global carbon emissions by 20% by 2020 if given the go-ahead. These projects include expansion of Canadian and Venezuelan tar sands; open cast coal mines in China and Australia; offshore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico and Brazil - as well as other Ecocidal plans. This report explores the climate science as well as the clean energy alternatives.
Video: Lobbying Tips from Zac Goldsmith MP
Zac Goldsmith, Conservative MP for Richmond Park and North Kingston gives some tips on how to lobby your MP effectively. From how to prepare, to the best approach during your lobby, to following it up, these tips will help you make sure you get your points across to your MP - and be heard.
Top Tips: How to organise a public meeting
A Stop Climate Chaos Local Connections guide for grassroots campaigners on how to organise a great public meeting.
Top tips: Getting local media coverage
A Stop Climate Chaos Local Connections guide for grassroots campaigners on how to get good media coverage for your cause.
Top Tips: How to effectively lobby your MP
A Local Connections guide by Stop Climate Chaos Coalition on how to effectively lobby your MP.
Chasing Ice (2012)
Acclaimed photographer James Balog was once a skeptic about climate change. But through his Extreme Ice Survey, he discovers undeniable evidence of our changing planet. In Chasing Ice, Balog's hauntingly beautiful videos compress years into seconds and capture ancient mountains of ice in motion as they disappear at a breathtaking rate. Chasing Ice depicts a heroic photojournalist on a mission to deliver fragile hope to our carbon-powered planet.
Skeptical Science: Getting skeptical about skepticism
Winner of the 2011 Australian Museum Eureka Prize for Advancement of Climate Change knowledge, the Skeptical Science forum seeks to establish a clear distinction between healthy scepticism and denial. The site’s author systematically explores and debunks the numerous arguments set out by climate change deniers. Articles are pitched at varying levels of complexity and depths, ensuring that content is both commonly accessible and scientifically robust.
Real Science: Climate Science from the Climate Scientists
The Real Science site seeks to provide rapid response by climate scientists working in the field to mainstream coverage on climate change - be this to debunk erroneous claims or to add vital context where missing. Aimed at the wider public and journalists, the analysis and commentary remains strictly science focused and does not offer any political or economic insight. This is a moderated forum.