Climate change/climate protection in Germany
Climate Portal by the Federal Ministry for the Environment
The information is provided by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety. It offers resources, news items, events and further links regarding topical issues, i.e. climate protection policy in Germany, current activities, educational activities, teaching resources and internationa networking.
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change: text adopted by the Paris Convvention, 2015
The Paris agreement on action against climate change was reachedin Paris on December 12, 2015, and is to be officially signed by participating UN member states in April 2016.
Climate change, climate protection international
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (Peace Nobel Prize 2007)
The IPCC was founded in 1988 by the World Mtereological Organisation (WO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in order to assess greenhouse effects andclimate change, and suggest mitigating measures. Its main areas of action concernthe assessment of scientific research and socio-economic factors, and it issues annual reports for suggesting political action. These documents are available for [...]
Energy Revolution 2015 (Greenpeace report)
Greenpeace has been publishing its Energy R]evolution scenarios since 2005, more recently in collaboration with the scientific community, in particular the German Aerospace Centre (DLR). The revised, updated report can be downloaded from this website, together with an executive summary and key messages.
OECD website on climate change
On its website on climate change, the OECD publishes reports, facts and figures, statements and reviews on the subjects of climate change, climate policy.
Climate change and EU climate policy (Eurotopics dossier)
On the occasion of the COP21 conference in Paris, the article illustrates expectations and objectives regarding action against global warming.
Children and youth - teaching resources
Education for SustainableDevelopment Source Book (UNESCO
The briefs are complementary to existing UNESCO material on education for sustainable development, rendering support to teachers in primary and secondary education as well as decision-makers.
Educational Resources Democracy: Europa, The Climate & Us
What does Europe mean for students? What influence does the EU have on climate action? And what can young people do to help shape the future of Europe and its climate policy? Europe and climate change are two of the political issues that are currently of major concern to our society and to young people in particular. Whether its Brexit, the EU’s copyright reform or the Fridays for Future demonstrations, [...]