This government program has a mandate to support research efforts, gather research findings on climate change, and communicate those findings to governmental agencies and the public. The agency offers many resources regarding global as well as American climate change. For example, by clicking on the section of the country, readers can learn about key issues, key findings, and regional climate change impacts in that area. Publications on climate change and global warming are available on request from this agency.
Information is presented in the manner of media during World War II which makes for a very engaging site. There are a number of routes to take: the Darkroom highlights WWII-related artifacts. The Timeline takes students on a journey of technology advances that led to the atomic bomb and the surrender of Japan. Activities, Ask the Expert, and a free poster round out this very different type of website on World War II.