21st century geography: a reference bookPt. 1. Physical and environmental geography
pt. 2. Human geography
pt. 3. Nature and society
pt. 4. Regions and regional perspectives
pt. 5. Geographic information science
pt. 6. Applied and professional geography
Appendices. Resources in geography.
Making climate change history : documents from global warming's past by edited by Joshua P. HowePart 1. The scientific "prehistory" of global warming: Joseph Fourier, "General remarks on the temperatures of the globe and the planetary spaces" (1824); John Tyndall, "The Bakerian lecture: on the absorption and radiation of heat by gases and vapours, and on the physical connexion of radiation, absorption, and conduction" (1861); Svante Arrhenius, "On the influence of carbonic acid in the air upon the temperature of the ground" (1896); G. S. Callendar, "The artificial production of carbon dioxide and its influence on temperature" (1938)
Part 2. The Cold War roots of global warming: Roger Revelle and Hans E. Suess, "Carbon dioxide exchange between atmosphere and ocean and the question of an increase of atmospheric CO2 during the past decades" (1957); Roger Revelle, Testimony before the House Committee on Appropriations, February 8, 1956; Roger Revelle, Testimony before the House Committee on Appropriations, May 1, 1957; Howard T. Orville, "The impact of weather control on the cold war" (1958); National Science Foundation, Preliminary plans for a national center for atmospheric research (1959)
Part 3. Making global warming green: The Conservation Foundation, Implications of rising carbon dioxide content of the atmosphere (1963); President's Science Advisory Committee, Restoring the quality of our environment (1965); Donella H. Meadows, Dennis L. Meadows, Jørgen Randers, and William W. Behrens III, The limits to growth (1972); Study of man's impact on climate, inadvertent climate modification (1971); The Sierra Club, "International Committee Questionnaire: Five Year Plan" (1976); Michael McCloskey, "Criteria for international campaigns" (1982); National Climate Program Act of 1978; American Association for the Advancement of Science, Advisory Group on Climate Meeting, May 26, 1978; David Slade, "Action Flow, U.S. Carbon Dioxide Research and Assessment Program" (1979); David Slade, Letter to David Burns (1980); Al Gore, Testimony before the House Committee on Science and Technology, July 31, 1981; Rafe Pomerance, testimony before the House Committee on Science and Technology, February 24, 1984
Part 4. Climate change as controversy: U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, "A study of climatological research as it pertains to intelligence problems" (1974); S. I. Rasool and S. H. Schneider, "Atmospheric carbon dioxide and aerosols: effects of large increases on global climate" (1971); Reid Bryson, "A perspective on climate change" (1974); Stephen H. Schneider, The genesis strategy (1976); Helmut E. Landsberg, "Review: The genesis strategy - climate and global survival" (1976); Stephen H. Schneider and Helmut E. Landsberg, "Forum" (1977); National Academy of Sciences, "Carbon dioxide and climate" (1979); National Academy of Sciences, "Changing climate" (1983); Environmental Protection Agency, Can we delay a greenhouse warming? (1983); New York Times, "How to live in a greenhouse" (1983); R. P. Turco, O. B. Toon, T. P. Ackerman, J. B. Pollack, and Carl Sagan, "Nuclear winter" (1983); Carl Sagan, "Nuclear war and climatic catastrophe" (1983); S. Fred Singer (1985), "On a ‘Nuclear Winter’" (1983); Starley L. Thompson and Stephen H. Schneider, "Nuclear winter reappraised" (1986); James Hansen, Testimony before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, June 23, 1988; Historicizing data color plates
Part 5. Climate change governance: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, First assessment report (1990); World Commission on Environment and Development, Our common future (The Brundtland report) (1987); United Nations, Rio declaration on environment and development (1992); United Nations framework convention on climate change (UNFCCC) (1992); C. Boyden Gray and David B. Rivkin Jr., "A 'No regrets' environmental policy" (1991); Al Gore and Mitch McConnell, Testimony before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, September 18, 1992; Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Second assessment report (1996); The Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (1997); The Byrd-Hagel resolution (1997)
Part 6. The past, the present, and the future: Bill McKibben, The end of nature (1989); Paul J. Crutzen and Eugene F. Stoermer, "The anthropocene" (2000); Michael Shellenberger and Ted Nordhaus, "The death of environmentalism" (2004); Nicholas Stern, "Stern review on the economics of climate change" (2006); William D. Nordhaus, "A review of the Stern review on the economics of climate change" (2007); Massachusetts v. Environmental Protection Agency (2007); Pope Francis, Si’: On care for our common home (2016).