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TERI Information Digest on Energy and Environment
Year : 2002, Volume : 1, Issue : 1
First page : ( 172) Last page : ( 174)
Print ISSN : 0972-6721.

Websites

Web sites


Climate Change Knowledge Network
The Climate Change Knowledge Network brings together expertise, experience and perspectives from organizations from developing, transitional, and developed countries. The Climate Change Knowledge Network aims to help address these gaps by facilitating focused research and capacity building in developing and developed countries, with sustainable development as the overall goal.
http://www.cckn.net/default.asp

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Climate Trend
ClimateTrend.com provides an interactive tool for plotting historical multi annual temperature profiles for any geographical location. It uses data downloaded from the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) Data Distribution Centre at the University of East Anglia, which contains interpolated values for a 0.5 x 0.5 deg. grid.
www.climatetrend.com

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ENVORK
ENVORK is a research and development organization consisting of a virtual network of professionals working on various aspects of environmental management. Special focus is being given to furthering research on climate change policy, as well as, CDM project development, particularly within the Asian region (including South, Central and East Asia). The web site includes information about projects, research articles, news, and links.
www.envork.org

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Global e-Sustainability Initiative
This is an initiative of the ICT (Information and Communications Technology) service providers and suppliers, with the support of the United Nations Environment Programme and International Telecommunication. The web site provides an overview of the Initiative's activities and events.
http://www.gesi.org/

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Greenhouse Gas Pollution Prevention Project-Climate Change Supplement
The programme aims to build local capacity and create a forum for greater dialogue and technical cooperation on global climate change and clean energy issues between the US and the Indian government, financial, private, and non-government stakeholders. The web site outlines the activities, partners and collaborators, project tracking system, links, and news.
http://www.climatechangeindia.com/
gep_ccs/index.htm

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NGO Cafe
The NGO Cafe is an initiative of the Global Development Research Center, designed as a meeting place for NGOs around the world. In five distinct sections, the site defines the concept of NGOs and related organizations, provides tools and resources to implement effective programmes, presents papers and documents of international interest, and gives news and Internet links.
www.gdrc.org/ngo

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Earth Summit 2002
This is the Stakeholders Forum's Earth Summit 2002 web site. The web site covers the Summit details in terms of the global preparations, regional preparations, and the multi-stakeholder processes. Network 2002, the monthly e-newsletter reporting on preparations for Earth Summit 2002, is also available on the web site.
www.earthsummit2002.org

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IISD's Linkages Portal to the Johannesburg Summit 2002
The web site provides access to an array of information resources, which include a calendar of events, news, photo gallery of key players, daily coverage of the preparatory conferences, e-mail list, and related publications.
http://www.iisd.ca/wssd/portal.html

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India towards World Summit on Sustainable Development
The web site showcases India's achievements since the Stockholm Conference in 1972 and also its preparation for the World Summit on Sustainable Development. The web site includes updates on resources, events, and links. The web site also gives an overview of the country's position with respect to international environmental agreements.
http://www.wssdindia.org/

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Johannesburg Summit 2002
This is the official United Nations web site of the Johannesburg Summit 2002. The site gives information about preparatory process at national, regional, and global levels. Basic information, documents, links, media information are also provided.
http://www.johannesburgsummit.org/

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Mailing lists


BIOPLAN: mailing list for biodiversity planners
The purpose of this list is to facilitate worldwide communication and exchange of ideas, methods and technologies among technical specialists, professionals, and policy-makers engaged in biodiversity planning in general, and the development and implementation of national biodiversity strategies and action plans, in particular.
http://www.pacificbiodiv.org/nbsap/
Biodivdiscuss.htm

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ENVINF-L: Environmental Information Distribution List
The Environmental Information Distribution List is particularly meant for environmental scientists. It distributes recent information about publications (abstracts and sources), courses, educational programmes, resource information, workshops, and conferences. The emphasis of this list is on the supply of information rather than being a forum for discussions.
http://www.inter-experience.net/Mailing1.htm

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ENVIROLAW
This discussion list is for environmental and natural resource law students. For subscribing, type 'subscribe envirolaw' and send it to <mailserv@oregon.uoregon.edu>

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EnviroWater
This is a listserv on water resources, focussing on groundwater, surface water, drinking water, marine pollution, MtBE additive, non-point sources, and related issues.
http://www.enviroone.com/envsearch/
EnviroWater.asp

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POPENV-L
This is a forum for discussion and dissemination of information related to the interactions between Earth's environment and aspects of human population density, distribution, growth, and activity. To subscribe, send an e-mail to listproc@info.usaid.gov with the following request command in the body of the message: [subscribe POPENV-L <your name>]

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