Links and Resources

By no means an exhaustive or definitive list, this is a start point that we're hoping you'll help us grow into a . more a collection of website links and resources we find useful and interesting. If you have any suggestions or thing we've missed something important please let us know.

Tools & Actions

Julie's Bicycle

Julie’s Bicycle makes sustainability intrinsic to the business, art and ethics of the creative industries. They offer free tools, bespoke consultancy and a huge range of online resources.

Good Energy

If you really want to make a difference your electricity supply is a great place to start. Get green energy, reduce your carbon emissions and support Cape Farewell at the same time through our partnership with Good Energy.

Centre for Alternative Technology

Demonstrating practical ways to live more sustainably, the Centre for Alternative Technology offers practical solutions to environmental problems such as climate change, pollution and the waste of precious resources.

An independent website that provides you with environmental information on the UK electricity supply industry, so you can make an informed choice.

Good Shopping Guide

Brought to you by The Good Shopping Guide, it's a free online guide to the most ethical product choices, featuring everything from hedge trimmers to mobile phones.

The Cooperative Bank

Climate change tracker project from The Cooperative Bank. Allowing you to see the impact of climate change for yourself.


Sustrans is the UK's leading sustainable transport charity. They work towards a world in which people choose to travel in ways that benefit their health and the environment. They work on practical ways of dealing with the transport challenges that affect us all.

Global Action Plan

Global Action Plan programmes, tools and advice on how to be more environmentally friendly.

Acid Rain Retirement Fund

The Acid Rain Retirement Fund was founded to prevent air pollution by buying it right out of the sky. It's is a nonprofit corporation that uses 100% of the money donated to buy pollution allowances.

Science & Environment


The first point of call for anyone interested in climate change. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has been established to assess scientific, technical and socio-economic information relevant for the understanding of climate change, its potential impacts and options for adaptation and mitigation.


The ultimate guide to everything you need to know about starting a career as an Environmental Scientist.

National Oceanography Centre

The National Oceanography Centre, Southampton. The centre is the country’s focus for oceanography. The website provides detailed information about developments in marine and earth sciences and technology in the UK.

Tyndall Centre

The Tyndall Centre brings together scientists, economists, social scientists and other experts to develop sustainable responses to climate change.

UN Climate Change Framework Convention

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, includes the Kyoto Treaty.

Climate Hot Map

Map illustrating early warning signs of global warming.

Climatic Research Unit

Scientific information with fact sheets about everything from sea level rise to global temperature records.


CICERO was established by the Norwegian government in April 1990 as a non-profit organisation associated with the University of Oslo.

Met Office Research

The Meteorological Office pages on oceans and climate change.

Friends of the Earth

Friends of the Earth Climate change site.


Exploratorium provide information on how scientists study climate change.

EPA Climate Change

The EPA Climate Change site is provided as a public service by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

101 online resources on climate change

A list of 101 climate change information, comment and advocacy sites from the Environmental Science degree Programme.