Websites for organisations that discuss, carry out or report on research in climate science, climate modelling and climate policy.
A very useful site, written by climate scientists for the general public and media, explaining climate science, in general, but in detail, and responding to and explaining the latest climate change research.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change - the body set up by the UN to bring together the world's top climate scientists and produce regular reports on the current accepted state on climate science. They're most recent reports are being released throughout 2007.
The world's largest climate modelling project, with plenty of explanations of climate science, and climate modelling in particular.
The Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford - a world-leading interdisciplinary research institute, studying environmental change and human reactions to it, from a policy, social science and physical science perspective.
The 40% Percent House - a project of the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, attempting to identify how the domestic sector could attain the UK Government's target of a 60% reduction in emissions by 2050 (hence achieving 40% emissions).