Weekend Resource Roundup: Climate Safety, World Clock, and The Outlook for Someday

climate safetyA new resource is available from the UK's Public Interest Research Centre.  "Climate Safety" is a concise, 49 page, one-stop-shop for everything you need to know about climate change.  Neatly arranged, the guide has 5 sections: Summary, Science, Targets, Solutions, Action.  Easy as pie.  We think you need to download a copy here

In other sources of educational amusement, check out World Clock.  If you are interested in seeing the numbers behind what happens in the world, from meat consumption, to carbon emissions, to birth an death rates, this is for you.  Warning: Americans might want to have a stiff drink before you see the national debt.   
And finally, some inspirational thoughts from young people in New Zealand, the winners of this year's The Outlook For Someday competition were just announced.  Check out the point of view from young kiwis, and what sustainability means for them and the world.   

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