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Energy Law and Policy Research: Climate Change Web Sites




Climate Change Web SItes

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Climate Change Web Sites, selected by VLS Energy and the Environment student staff and the VLS Environmental Law Librarian. Once at the list,  click on the title of each site for a description of information contained on the site,                                                                                      

 A Sample: 

Title Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)
Description C2ES, formerly the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, is an international, independent, nonprofit working to advance policy and action to address energy issues and climate change. Focus areas include: international climate action, U.S. climate & energy policy, U.S. state climate action, and the interaction between climate change and the economy. Resources include articles, fact sheets, reports, testimony, international agreements and negotiations, U.S. initiatives (including Congressional bills, executive orders, and agency documents), blog entries, policy documents, statistics, scientific data, information from their current initiatives, maps, and data. Browse content by topic—policy, energy & technology, science & impacts, business, and initiatives—or search the site with the search box. You can also search for U.S. initiatives by state or by initiative.

You can also link to the larger topic of  Energy Web Sites, of which Climate Change is a sub-topic, or  to the entire list of all topics in the VLS Environmental Law Research Sources database.