Global Warming Song (MP3)
Movies on children and climate change
Melting Ice: A Hot Topic? - WED 2007 Poster Series
Our World 2.0 is a web-magazine produced by the United Nations University, the academic think tank of the UN. The project features compelling articles and 6-minute videobriefs about the global challenges of our times: climate change, oil and food security. By telling the stories of outstanding people working for a more sustainable future, we hope to promote positive change in millions of people.
Climate Change at a Glance
Copenhagen and other climate meetings
The UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) 15th Conference of the Parties (COP15) meeting in Copenhagen in December 2009 was the culmination of months of negotiations complemented by community, industry and private sector-led events aimed at promoting urgent decision-making and action to combat climate change.
It resulted in the
Copenhagen Accord under which several developing and developed countries outlined intentions and commitments on carbon emissions, pledged support for technology transfer and acknowledged the importance of forest systems in combating climate change.
United Nations Climate Change Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark (December 2009)
More information can be found via the links below.
UNFCCC COP 15, Copenhagen, December 2009
Copenhagen day by day
UN Climate Change Conference, Poland, December 2008
UN Secretary General's opening remarks at the World Business Summit on Climate Change in Copenhagen (24 May 2009)
AMCEN Special Session on Climate Change (25th -29th May 2009)
United Nations Climate Change Conference, Poznan, Poland (December 2008)UNFCCC COP14
UN climate change work(May 2009)
Key Facts about Climate Change and Children