As we’re now in the run-up to Copenhagen, there’s a couple of things that I think are worthwhile drawing your attention to. The first is the Copenhagen Diagnosis report produced for the conference by 26 climate scientists. The report has been written, not for an audience of scientists, but for the policy-makers and the general public. This makes it accessible to a far larger group of people, and this is a good thing.
The second item of interest is that David Archer, a professor in the Department of the Geophysical Sciences at the University of Chicago, has put up a series of videos of his class for non-science majors on the topic of global warming. Definitely worth checking out.