Co-authored by David Spratt from Carbon Equity and Philip Sutton from the Greenleap Strategic Institute, this 300 page book takes the reader on a journey through climate change science, targets and solutions to conclude that the planet is already too hot and that we face a climate and sustainability emergency. Climate Code Red is published by Scribe.
Arctic Watch: keep a daily eye on the collapse of the Arctic sea-ice in the northern summer
Contact the The Climate Emergency Network to tap into the activities of a large number or organisations and individuals. For a targets based campaign that would restore the Arctic sea ice see Target 300; for a solutions based campaign based on getting to zero emissions in 10 years plus excess CO2 draw down see Beyond Zero Emissions.
Article: Strategy paper for the 2009 Australian Climate Summit NEW (Jan 2009)
To donate to support the Greenleap Strategic Institute on the Climate 'Code Red' campaign
Speeches, interviews, articles, etc.
Victorian Governor's speech when launching Climate Code Red (17th July 2008) PDF file
Victorian Governor's speech to the Probus Club of Melbourne (17th July 2008) (web page link)- examining the climate issue and referring to Climate Code Red
Al Gore's 10 year Challenge to America (17th July 2008) PDF file - "Today I challenge our nation to commit to producing 100 percent of our electricity from renewable energy and truly clean carbon-free sources within 10 years."
ABC Perspective Philip Sutton 5 August 2008 MP3 file - 5 minutes 3 Mb file
ABC Perspective Philip Sutton 5 August 2008 - transcript PDF file
ABC In Conversation Philip Sutton 7 August 2008 MP3 file - 20 minutes 12 Mb file
ABC In Conversation Philip Sutton 7 August 2008 - transcript PDF file
Philip Sutton's speech at the launch of Climate Code Red on 17 July 2007
Animations of the Arctic Ice
20070822_oldice-2.gif From 1979 - August 2007
ArcticSeaIce-movie.mpg Emphasising the changes in ice older than 5 years old (From Sept 1979 to October 2007)
arctic_flushing-2007-2008.avi Flushing of Arctic ice 2007 and 2008.
Disinformation: dealing with Denialist
Skeptical Science This website deals with frequently repeated denialist or 'skeptical' arguments
Bravenewclimate.com Prof. Barry's Brook's blog where he analyses specific Australian denialist articles or programs in newspapers, TV, etc.