|American Solar Energy Society
The ASES is a nonprofit organization designed to promote and provide information on solar power and other renewable energy sources. This website also includes links and information about resources for professionals, educators, and consumers such as publications, curriculum materials, and lists of upcoming events.
|Global Warming by the Numbers
The Environmental Defense website offers extensive studies and information on the global warming crisis with tips on how you can help. The numbers and statistics you will find on this website have been updated as recently as August of 2007.
|Solar Energy Industries Association
|Sun Energy World
This is an interesting blog run by a young student who conducts solar energy experiments and gives explanations of how solar energy works. The blog also links to several other sites on solar power and electric vehicles.
|U.S. Department of Energy
|Wikipedia - Global Warming
The Wikipedia is a great place to start when looking for facts and information about a topic. This link provides charts, figures, and other general information about global warming.
|Wikipedia - Global Dimming
This Wikipedia link provides information and research analysis about global dimming. You will also find links to other related Wikipedia pages and other external links from this page.
|Wikipedia - Solar Power
This is another Wikipedia link that provides general information about solar power (solar energy). It also gives a list and explanantions of other various types of solar technology from solar architecture to solar vehicles.
|Wikipedia - Energy crisis
The history of the Earth's energy crisis is explained on this page. It includes links to other pages that outline the specific stages of crisis throughout history. It also includes information about what we can expect for the future and some possible alternative sources of energy that could save our planet.