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Multimedia Resource Library

For anyone looking to learn more about the ways in which climate change impacts our planet, we have compiled a list of some of our favorite media. This list is ever-developing, and could be much longer. If you have a favorite book, film, or article related to climate change, please send your suggestions to carly@mn350.org.

Featured Media of the Week: Climate of Change Climate-of-Change.jpg

 What it is:

Our featured media of the week is Brian Hill's documentary, Climate of Change. This film, narrated by Tilda Swinton, highlights the stories of grassroots activists around the world acting locally to save Earth's environment.

Why we like it:

This inspiring documentary shows the many ways that determined people across the world are trying to combat a problem that sometimes can feel too big to even approach. One reviewer says, "This is the most beautiful documentary about the climate-energy crisis. For an issue that many people feel powerless to help solve, this documentary shows how individuals can make a difference and truly reverse this unsustainable course humanity is on."


 Film:

An Inconvenient Truth
Bag it
Climate of Change
Collapse, national geographic
Earth, The Operators Manual (PBS), your planet is due for an oil change
Global Climate Change Global Warming – the Signs and the Science - Paul Green –
The New Red White and Blue
Rising Waters: Global Warming and the Fate of the Pacific Islands
Tapped
To the Last Drop Transforming Energy: What is our future after oil?

Ted Talks/ You Tube Videos

 

News Articles/StoriesPrint

Capitalism vs. the climate, Naomi Klein, The Nation
Building a Green Economy-- Paul Krugman

Scientific Articles

EPA Publishes National U.S. Greenhouse Gas Inventory, United States Environmental Protection Agency
2009 NOAA study predicting climate change may be irreversible, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Climate Change Online Resources

Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation, Unites States Environmental Protection Agency

Books

Eaarth-- Bill McKibben
Merchants of Doubt-- Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway
The MN Weather Almanac-- Mark Seeley