Want to learn more?

For those of you who want to learn more about our impacts on the planet, or how you can get involved in conservation efforts, get started here by checking out the following sources:


Docuseries: Our Planet

If you ever question the idea that we impact every corner of this planet, well this series will address your denial. But it does require a Netflix account to watch. If you don’t have a Netflix account, I suggest that you click on the link below anyway and scroll around. The website offers a wide array of interactive resources that will expose you to some the ideas that are highlighted in this docuseries.

https://www.ourplanet.com/en/


International Energy Agency

For the latest global energy and CO2 status report, follow the link below.

https://www.iea.org/geco/


NASA

Global warming: it’s real. And this type of unnatural warming is attributed primarily to mankind. It’s not policy, it’s just science.

https://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/


National Geographic

National Geographic has a great Plastic or Planet series for those of you looking to learn more about the longterm effects of our plastic use.

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/planetorplastic/


United Nations

To learn more about what the United Nations is doing to address climate change, you can read their action plan here.

https://www.un.org/en/climatechange/


World Wildlife Fund

If you only click on one link, click on this one and explore. Here, you’ll see why conservation work is important both to the natural world and mankind, and how you can get involved.

https://www.worldwildlife.org/


[As this blog evolves, I’ll be sure to add more specific resources that are relevant to the material I discuss. I know there are tons of great sites and databases I haven’t listed here! But being that I am a researcher by practice, I couldn’t omit this page entirely just because it’s not as thorough as I’d like it to be.]