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Tiki the Penguin's guide to climate change and global warming — for kids
Poor polluted overheated planet

In a hurry? Just want to know the basics? Click here for my 3-minute guide in pictures

Tiki on melting ice floesHave you heard about how the world's getting hotter? Some people say it is. A few say it isn't. Who's right? And does it matter? How will it affect you and your friends? How will it affect penguins? What can we do about it? These are some of the things I wanted to find out about.

Good news!

At the United Nations climate conference (COP 21) in Paris on 12 December 2015, the world's nations made history. At long last, after years of disagreement, they have come to what looks like a fair deal to limit climate change. Hooray say I, and about time too!

Finding your way around my Climate Change Guide

Also often called 'global warming' and sometimes 'global heating'

You can jump to any part that interests you from the table below. But if you don't know much about climate change, I suggest you start at the beginning. Click the blue arrow (below right) to start your journey.

I've made a global warming Crossword puzzle here. If you can't do it, you probably haven't read my guide! ;)
I've also made a cool Quiz. Try it now if you like or, better, look through my guide first.
And check out my best videos about climate change.

This is my climate change home page!       Forward to 'What is climate?'

What's in my guide? A quick look...

What is climate? Visit the 'climate machine'  
Hotting up The sun is hot, but pollution is turning up the heat fast!  
Greenhouse Earth Just what is 'the greenhouse effect'?  
What happens next? This extra heat is not good for us  
Good news for fish is bad news for people  
Storms ahead Here is the weather forecast  
It's not really happening, is it? Some people don't agree  
Yes, climate change is real But now there's some good news at last  
What you can do Twelve Really Important Things you can do to help stop global warming  
My global warming links page  


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