See the side menu for Energy District resource pages.
- US Department of Energy: The DOE’s tremendously informative web source on incentives, renewables, and everything-energy for every energy citizen
- US Department of Energy EE/RE portal: The US DOE Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy web site is a wealth of information on all aspects of renewables and efficiency.
- Federal Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency: Part of US Department of Energy energysavers web site.
- Collaborative Economics: A brief examination of Iowa’s Wind Energy Journey and summary of economic development impacts
- Amory Lovins: A 50 Year Plan for Energy: In this intimate talk filmed at TED’s offices, energy innovator Amory Lovins shows how to get the US off oil and coal by 2050, $5 trillion cheaper, with no Act of Congress, led by business for profit.
- U.S. EPA: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s web source on climate change issues, science, technology, laws and regulations.
- Think Progress – Climate Science update: Joe Romm’s climate progress and full update on the current status
- Climate Modeling 101: Get the basics on climate modeling and why getting it right is so important
- U.N. Environment Program: When it comes to global emissions, we’ve crossed the speed limit and we’re stepping on the gas
- World Bank (Nov. 18th, 2012): This World Bank report examines the risks of a 4 degree hotter world by the end of the century
- National Acadeny of Sciences: Climate change resources from the National Academy of Sciences — including educational materials and reports on science and adaptation
- 2012 Iowa Scientists: Drought Consistent with Climate Change: The IOWA CLIMATE STATEMENT: The Drought of 2012 was released by one hundred and thirty-eight science faculty and research staff from 27 Iowa colleges and universities. The complete statement and supporting information can be found at www.cgrer.uiowa.edu/