Are you searching for reliable facts on climate change?

Navigating the topic of climate change is difficult even for those who have been focusing on the issue for a long time, and many discussions between laypeople end up in dead ends due to a shortage of facts or even myths and half-truths. Let us try and navigate the topic by focusing on good sources of basic information to begin with. We welcome your recommendations for reliable and independent sources of facts on climate. On our part, we will try to collect and share relevant information sources: - This website is managed by an independent team of analysts and experts, which gathers publicly accessible info graphics, data, and articles and aims to ensure that the debate on climate change in our country is to the point and business-like, cultured, and based on scientific knowledge and verified data. - A guide to climate change prepared by the Global Change Research Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences - IPCC is the International Panel for Climate Change that collects research data, aggregates summaries, and issues summary or special reports. - The Intersucho drought project exists thanks to the cooperation of many scientists and experts, who follow up on more than 10 years of research in drought monitoring and climatology in the Czech Republic, Europe, and USA.

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In conclusion, let us quote Greenpeace recommendations for searching information on climate:

What should you follow in researching resources?

  1. Be sceptical.
  2. Climatologists explore climate, physicists explore physics, historians explore history, and economists often dabble in politics. If you can, find out what sources the material is based on and, importantly, if those sources were indeed created by climatologists.
  3. Insist on citing exact sources. Not all educational projects include reference to the information sources they use. Therefore, be careful if a precise source is not cited.
  4. Trust experts. Follow them on social media and read their articles.
  5. Watch trends. Detailed understanding of studies that describe climate crisis is relatively time-consuming. Accordingly, make sure to follow the trends that the studies describe.
31. January 2023