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RESOURCES STAGE 1: UNDERSTAND Climate Change Climate change reports can be found online through several sources, below are the some helpful links that support creating the HighWaterLine in your community. Climate Literacy: The Essential Principles of Climate Sciences (download PDF)

STAGE 3: Take HighWaterLine To The Streets Engaging the Public: Using ‘Socratic Conversation’ to Unlock a Community’s Insight

pbs.org/mediashift/2009/09/using-socratic-conversation-to-unlock-a-communitys-insight265

Conveying the Human Implications of Climate Change (download Communications Primer PDF)

climatescience.gov

collaborate.csc.noaa.gov/climateadaptation

Real Climate: Climate Science from Climate Scientists (see Start Here)

HighWaterLine Blog

realclimate.org

highwaterline.com

NASA Global Climate Change: Key Websites

HighWaterLine Website

climate.nasa.gov

highwaterline.org

NASA Global Climate Change: Key Indicators (Download Data)

HighWaterLine Take Action Cards

climate.nasa.gov

highwaterline.org/nyc/takeaction.html

Climate Central: Surging Seas Report

Public Art Toolkit

sealevel.climatecentral.org/research/reports/surging-seas

forecastpublicart.org/toolkit/index.html

Climate Change Impacts and Adapting to Change

Performative Public Art Ecology by Patricia Watts

epa.gov/climatechange/impacts-adaptation

weadartists.org/ecoart-as-performance

Center for Climate and Energy Solutions l Adaptation Plans by State c2es.org/us-states-regions/policy-maps/adaptation

Climate Techbook: How to reduce greenhouse emissions from all sectors c2es.org/climate-techbook

STAGE 4: ADVOCATE for Climate Change

State of the Climate in 2011. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. National Climatic. Data Center.

video.nytimes.com/video/2007/06/15/multimedia/1194817097594/the-handwriting-on-the-road.html

The Handwriting on the Road, New York Times (videography on Eve Mosher by Justin Lange) The World We Want Foundation (Download Guide)

ncdc.noaa.gov/bams-state-of-the-climate/2011.php

theworldwewantfoundation.org/create-world-SAP-guide

IPCC Fourth Assessment Report 2007

Alliance for Climate Change

ipcc.ch/publications_and_data/publications_and_data_reports.shtml#.UajyduvDLVW

acespace.org

National Center for Science Education ncse.com/climate

STATE 2: MAP the HighWaterLine FEMA flood maps (see Flood Maps to download your region) msc.fema.gov

Additional Supplemental Activities

Flood Maps - google maps with sea level rise scenarios by Alex Tingle

Stanford University

flood.firetree.net

pangea.stanford.edu/programs/outreach/climatechange/curriculum

Surging Seas

The Smithsonian

sealevel.climatecentral.org/surgingseas

smithsonianeducation.org/educators/lesson_plans/climate_change/index.html

How to read a Topographical Map

California Environmental Protection Agency

raider.mountunion.edu/~mcnaugma/topographic%20maps/contour.htm

arb.ca.gov/cc/curriculum/curriculum.htm

Measuring Sea Level

NASA Innovations in Climate Change

wunderground.com/climate/SeaLevelRise.asp

resources

gcce.larc.nasa.gov/node/52

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