Tiempo Climate Cyberlibrary

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About the Cyberlibrary

The Tiempo Climate Cyberlibrary was developed by Mick Kelly and Sarah Granich on behalf of the Stockholm Environment Institute and the International Institute for Environment and Development, with sponsorship from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency.

While every effort is made to ensure that information on this site, and on other sites that are referenced here, is accurate, no liability for loss or damage resulting from use of this information can be accepted.


Mailing lists covering current news and information about climate issues, including employment opportunities and conference announcements — selected resources on the web

On the Web

The Climate-L distribution list is intended to facilitate information exchange on the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change process. You can view recent posts and subscribe to other news services at this site.

The CLIMLIST mailing list is a moderated international electronic mail distribution list for climatologists and those working in closely-related fields. It is primarily intended for persons undertaking research in climatology, teaching climatology and providing services of a climatological nature, not for those with simply a general interest in the subject. It provides news and information concerning meetings, employment opportunities, new data sets, and so on.

The purpose of the Coral-List listserver is to provide a forum for Internet discussions and announcements among coral health researchers pertaining to coral reef health and monitoring throughout the world. The list is primarily for use by coral health researchers and scientists.

The HDGEC mailing list provides a forum for the exchange of information on the human dimensions of global change. Email listhost.ciesin.org; the body of your message should read "subscribe hdgec". Archived messages are available.

Linking Climate Adaptation (LCA) Network
The LCA Network aims to put practitioners, stakeholders, researchers, NGOs and policy-makers working on climate adaptation issues in touch with each other making it easier to stay abreast of climate adaptation research and practices from around the globe.

Email discussion list covering the mangrove ecosystem.

The Water-L distribution list is intended to facilitate information exchange related to the World Water Forum and water policy issues. You can view recent posts and subscribe to other news services at this site.

Women-related Science/Technology Email Lists
Email lists on women-related science and technology issues.

Autogenerated: 15 May 2015

Bright Ideas

GE cuts solar costs

General Electric plans to cut solar installation costs by half

Project 90 by 2030

Project 90 by 2030 supports South African school children and managers reduce their carbon footprint through its Club programme

Smart street lighting

Bath & North East Somerset Council in the United Kingdom has installed smart LED carriageway lighting that automatically adjusts to light and traffic levels

Longwood Gardens

The United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the American Public Gardens Association are mounting an educational exhibit at Longwood Gardens showing the link between temperature and planting zones

Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers

The energy-efficient Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers hotel is powered by renewable and sustainable sources, including integrated solar photovoltaics and guest-powered bicycles

El Hierro

El Hierro, one of the Canary Islands, plans to generate 80 per cent of its energy from renewable sources

Remarkables Primary School green roof

The green roof on the Remarkables Primary School in New Zealand reduces stormwater runoff, provides insulation and doubles as an outdoor classroom

Weather Info for All

The Weather Info for All project aims to roll out up to five thousand automatic weather observation stations throughout Africa


SolSource turns its own waste heat into electricity or stores it in thermal fabrics, harnessing the sun's energy for cooking and electricity for low-income families

Wave House

The Wave House uses vegetation for its architectural and environmental qualities, and especially in terms of thermal insulation

Mbale compost-processing plant

The Mbale compost-processing plant in Uganda produces cheaper fertilizer and reduces greenhouse gas emissions

Frito-Lay Casa Grande

At Casa Grande, Frito-Lay has reduced energy consumption by nearly a fifth since 2006 by, amongst other things, installing a heat recovery system to preheat cooking oil

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Updated: May 15th 2015