Climate Change

Worldwatch researchers have created this special online portal to provide concerned citizens and other website visitors with a variety of background resources and links related to climate change.

Climate Change Resources

Climate Change Resources

20th Century Fox: The Day After Tomorrow

20th Century Fox: The Day After Tomorrow

What You Can Do To Ensure a Better Day After Tomorrow

If you think climate change is too big of a problem for you to affect, think again. There are many ways each of us can reduce our energy use and the amount of pollution we put into the environment. In fact, if each of the 20 million U.S. viewers who are expected to see The Day After Tomorrow took a few easy steps, our collective impact would be truly significant.

Here are some ways you can help to slow climate change. Your actions, combined with those of others, will make a visible difference. Read on!

—Sean Sheehan, National Outreach Director, Center for a New American Dream

Questions and Answers about Global Warming and Abrupt Climate Change

This summer, on movie screens around the world, it’s not Godzil

Reducing the Threat of Climate Change in the U.S.: A Survey of Activities

Reducing the Threat of Climate Change in the U.S.: A Survey of Activities
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