Most Recent Resources

  • Climate Change Education: A Primer for Zoos and Aquariums, a free eBook available for major eReader platforms, reveals what some of the best minds know about climate change science, electronic media, psychology, learning sciences, communication, and...
  • This is related to overfishing, rather than climate change, but I thought I would share the resource. The full report is available online at : http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/stories/2012/05/docs/status_of_stocks_2011_report.pdf
  • This is a (simple) handout I developed to give to guests to post on their refrigerators at home. They can check off each energy saving action as they go. We currently hand it out during one of our energy saving/climate change presentations. Feel free...
  • A great resource to print out and have available to your volunteers. It's well written and easy to understand. Plus there are some great things that you can test out right away. It is has been helpful to me and I feel complements our NNOCCI training...
  • This short animation from North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher is one of the best visual representations of what exactly is involved in the ecological interactions impacted by increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
  •   Ocean Acidification - NOAA/PMEL Fundamental changes in seawater chemistry are occurring throughout the world's oceans. Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, the release of carbon dioxide (CO2) from humankind's industrial and...
  •   In places where the latest technology is prohibitively expensive, people are turning to ingenious low-cost solutions to meet energy needs. Residents of Manila are able to direct light from the sun into their homes by using platic bottles destined...
  • Given enough time, sea life could adapt to climate change. Sadly animals evolve far too slowly. But we can change as quickly as we choose to. Small actions can make a real difference. What will you do to help ocean life and our future? This...
  •   Yale Program on Climate Change Communication   A part of the Aquariums and Climate Coalition's ‘Candid Conversations’ series, this March 2011 webinar discusses the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication's Six Americas research...
  •   Global Warming’s Six Americas Over the last several years, researchers from the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication have been conducting multiple representative surveys of the American population across the country and finding...

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