A quick starter’s list of blogs providing good information about Climate Disruption. If you are new to the subject, don’t forget to view items in the archives, and check out the comments – lots of good information and links to be found there as well.
The ones I check almost daily are:
Skeptical Science (John Cook, AU) is very informative & gives excellent explanations which are in-depth yet very understandable.
Climate Denial Crock of the Week A video-based blog by Peter Sinclair (US). Check out also his Climate Crocks YouTube Playlist, which has many excellent videos on specific climate disruption subjects.
DeSmogBlog (Jim Hoggan, and others CA) – primary purpose to expose the FOE (Forces Of Evil) – those who are much more concerned about profit$, dividend$, and per$onal wealth than they are about people and the planet!
Climate Progress ( Joseph Romm, US) — “dedicated to providing the progressive perspective on climate science, climate solutions, and climate politics” — (seriously US political).
ClimateSight (Kate, CA) — “Kate is a B.Sc. student and aspiring climatologist from the Canadian prairies. She started writing this blog when she was sixteen, simply to keep herself sane, but hopes that she’ll be able to spread accurate information about climate change far and wide while she does so.” – an excellent blog with a slightly different perspective. Check it out!
Others I check frequently:
RealClimate (by several working climate scientists) – another excellent science source. Often seriously scientific.
Climate Change News Digest – an excellent overview of recent Climate Disruption news, posted about 2x weekly.
The Guardian UK This is about the only English language major MSM publication I know of that generally provides reasonable coverage on our challenges.
BraveNewClimate ( Barry Brook, AU) – The archives here are on general climate disruption; since early 2010, the main focus is on energy options, primarily the desirability of moving to GenIV IFR nuclear power, a truly amazing potential source for non-polluting electricity generation.
Global Warming: Man or Myth? Scott Mandia (US)
DeepClimate ( semi-anonymous, CA)
From all of these, you will find links to any number of other related blogs and information sources.