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Climate 101 update

6 May 2005
The openDemocracy team has made its first update to a list that aims to be the 101 most useful web links on climate change. We also corrected a few broken ones - oops.

Thanks to all those who wrote to [email protected] with suggestions.

The list now stands at 101. But we can still refine the list, head of our deadline around the time this debate finishes on 10 June.

Are there links we should take away or add? Please let us know.

Here, in alphabetical order, are the links that were added today:

* Arctic Climate Impact Assessment

* Association of British Insurers on climate change

* Carbon Disclosure Project

* CERES

* Grassroots Kyoto initiatives in the US

* Tearfund

* US National Academy of Sciences 2001 report on climate change

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Peter Geoghegan: dark money and dirty politics

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