Climate Change: The Threat to Life and a New Energy Future is at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City through August 16, 2009, before traveling to Europe, Asia and other parts of the world.
Amateur scientists can help researchers generate data across the country and can even start their own projects. Check out the list of nearly 100 activities, including the Fish Survey Project and Visibility Volunteers, who measure air quality. The Cornell Lab of Ornithology provides all you need to know at www.birds.cornell.edu/citscitoolkit. For budding botanists, beginning in early spring help scientists track when plants bud and flower to record the effects of climate change in the BudBurst program.
Note: This article was originally printed with the title, "Resources".
This article was originally published with the title Resources.