This isn't explorer Will Steger's Global Warming 101 or the U of Chicago's "Open Climate 101" online course.

On Current Affairs Past and Future
Climate Denial on the Internet - Who are the Deniers?
Eli Explains It All
Facts Cannot Slow Down the Runaway Climate Confusion Train
Nevada gambles on Tesla gigafactory
97 Hours of Climate Consensus...and the "Rebuttal" by Climate Science Deniers
The Importance of Michael Mann's Lawsuit Against the National Review
The climate, coral reefs, and energy policy must learn to cope with commitment
Exploring Arctic Ice Minima
Constructive and External Validity for Climate Modeling
Climate Change: the Slippery, Shape Shifting, Jelly Mould Threat
FAQ for article 'Scientists’ Views about Attri...
Survey confirms scientific consensus on human-ca...
Open thread Summer 2014
How many links does it take?
June was the hottest month on record for the ocean
Concerns about global warming… since the 1930s
Arctic Ice Guesses 2014
CREATIVE WRITING 101 OR ROOM 101? PATERSON TEACHES CONSERVATIVE CLIMATE COMMS STRATEGIES
Administrivia note: Time to heal and reassess
BALD BLOKES TALK ABOUT EXTREME WEATHER
Of climate change and invalidated assumptions and plain old obstinance
Why that Doonesbury strip isn't 100% helpful
Self-delusion and the absurdity of a 'Good Anthropocene'
Science is science, but indifference trumps all
From Computational Thinking to Systems Thinking
The Global Energy Market’s Moment of Truth
Explaining the Seasons on 'Game of Thrones'
A few thoughts on the new EPA rules
Two Great TED Talks
What I am doing with my life
TEDx talk: Should we trust climate models?
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Calculation: The emissions from those new Chinese coal plants
2C in our rear-view mirror, geoengineering dead ahead
Northwest states talk green, invest dirty
Population could hit 12 billion, unless, you kno...
We're way more screwed than we were last time U....
Time to march for climate, then 'Shmoney dance t...
Where ocean heroes our childhood now? All washed...
Antarctic sea ice hits record max, & that's ...
Media coverage creates oil spill amnesia —...
New York City is Amped for The People’s Climate March
Good news! There's bad news for coal
Why North Dakota doing caviar right
Naomi Klein right: Unchecked capitalism will des...
What GOP’s New Report On Energy Insecurity Doe...
Headed to climate march? Here's what to do (and ...
Ohio Supreme Court: It’s OK To Strip Mine Stat...
Cal (finally) taking steps to regulate its groun...
farmers should show up to climate march
Use your dead pet to power grid. It's what Miss ...
What climate marchers have learned from anti-nuk...
We just had hottest August ever
At continent's edge, rail epic concludes, pursue...
Watch Obama’s Top Science Advisor Repeatedly S...
Sick of Enviro Documentaries? Why You Should Still Watch Disruption
On climate, how far gone far right? (Spoiler: fa...
Why Scotland's independence vote matters for cli...
Why North Carolina doing jam right
Civil rights heroes offer climate marchers littl...
Workers at Fracked Wells Exposed to Benzene, CDC Warns Amid Mounting Evidence of Shale Jobs' Dangers
What's greenest way to get drunk?
Environmental justice works — & these ...
Rumors death train station have been greatly exa...
China's coal addiction threatens planet — ...
Hey, U.N.: Climate change & population relat...
Al Gore still trying to save us, one graph@time
Seaweed healthy, delicious, & legal in all 5...
Cal (finally) gives cyclists little more room to...
Nine leading climate scientists urge you to attend the People’s Climate March.
McPherson Takedown Resonates
Boisvert Critiques Klein
Edouard Dying; Fung-Wong Floods Manilla
The Limits to Growth described in narrative terms
The Perplexing PETM
The Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) around 56 million years ago is perhaps...
Dr. Karen Cameron: Living on the Ice for Dark Snow 2014
How Green is the Hulk? Mark Ruffalo Wants You to Know.
Scientific American: Wind Power to Stabilize Grid
Earth Has its Warmest Summer and August on Record
Odile's Remnants Drench Southwest U.S.; Polo Expected to Stay Offshore of Mexico
Deciding who should pay to publish peer-reviewed scientific research
There is an important discussion to be had about the future of scientific publicat...
2014 SkS Weekly News Roundup #38A
$1 Trillion: Annual investment goal puts climate solutions within reach Big f...
Energy reality meets Climate Reality
Certain Arctic lakes store more greenhouse gases than they release
This is a re-post of an NSF press release New research, supported by the National...
A good federal court decision against a coal mining expansion: There are no remedies for failure to consider climate change impacts
Confirming and finalizing a preliminary decision made in July, a Colorado judge ha...
The 97% v the 3% – just how much global warming are humans causing?
A pair of climate scientists recently had a dispute regarding how much global warm...
ASI 2014 update 9: minimum around the corner
2014 SkS Weekly Digest #37
SkS Highlights 97 hours of consensus: caricatures and quotes from 97 scientists ...
2014 SkS Weekly News Roundup #37B
Agribusiness drives most illegal deforestation Can carbon capture technology ...
The Greatest Peak Oil Novel Ever Written
2014 SkS Weekly News Roundup #37A
97%, 97 hours, 97 climate scientists 97 experts explain the scientific consen...
Carter in Dunedin: Otago Uni provides platform for climate crank plagiarist
New NASA videos
Record Greenhouse Gas Levels Impact Atmosphere and Oceans
This is a WMO press release Geneva, 9 September 2014 (WMO) " The amount of gr...
Something old, something blue, something borrowed, not much new: Labour’s climate policy
In the Years of Living Dangerously, Part 3
In this last post about the Years of Living Dangerously series, I focus on episode...
TDB Today: An election looms: do I feel lucky?
Cutting Emissions Pays for Itself
This is a re-post from Audrey Resutek at the MIT Joint Program on the Science and...
McKibben: Natural gas won't work as a 'bridge fuel' -- fracking may be worse than burning coal
In an article posted at Mother Jones today, Bill McKibben takes down the Obama adm...
The hairdryer conundrum
In the Years of Living Dangerously, Part 2
This episode brings us away from the world of hard science a bit and into a realm ...
97 hours of consensus: caricatures and quotes from 97 scientists
Climate scientists from across the globe feature in our 97 Hours of Consensus camp...
2014 SkS Weekly News Roundup #36B
5 reasons to watch NYC’s Climate Summit 99.999% certainty humans are drivin...
PIOMAS September 2014
The more you know, the more you ... Climate change vs. GM foods
Will a "knowing disbeliever" be the next President (or at least Republican nominee)?
The latest from Texas
People’s Climate Train crosses the country to bring marchers to NYC
Proposed Texas textbooks distort climate change facts
Weekend update: geoengineering and the expanding confabulation frontier of the "climate communication" debate
JREF award for NCSE's Scott
This is going to be huge: Why I’m going to the People’s Climate March
5 strategies for better climate communication
Lessons from the Field: Global Community Organizing Against Fracking
Communicating climate change: the view from Sweden
Bring climate change to the front door
Greenwire on Obama's Strategy to Morally Stigmatize Conservatives Who Dismiss Climate Change
BC Canada's The Tyee Magazine on Bill McKibben and Building a Broader Climate Movement
Why Google's Support for James Inhofe Is Not Only Morally Wrong, But Bad for Business
The Hill Newspaper on Obama's Climate Change Messaging
Debating Bioethics Openly: Taking Advantage of Major Events to Engage the Public
The Opponent: How Bill McKibben Changed Environmental Politics and Took on the Oil Patch
At New Scientist Magazine, Assessing the UK Government's Goal of Changing the Conversation About Food Biotechnology
Obama: No time for 'Flat Earth Society.'
Harvard Shorenstein Paper on "Nature's Prophet: Bill McKibben as Journalist, Public Intellectual and Activist"
BMC Medical Ethics Study Evaluates the Media Impact of Rebecca Skloot's Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
A Reply to Time Magazine's Michael Grunwald: Why Analysis and Critical Reflection on the XL Tar Sands Pipeline Is Needed
So lonely, misunderstood…
Weathergirl goes rogue! LOL
Lawrence Hall of Science, in brief
NOAA's Science on a Sphere: Climate visualization & other suggestions for viewing at science museums
NOAA's PPI goals&objectives fall short of the ACC policy&outreach recommendations
BlueSkiesResearch.org.uk: Settled! A home for BlueSkiesResearch!
Butterflies and Flamingos
The Monckton Files: Hypocrisplosion, Islamophobe Style
That Beacon of Freedom, His Supreme Sagacity, the Third Viscount Monckton of Brenc...
A Republican Scientist Explains Why Coal Is Expensive
My local newspaper is the Daily Herald, in Provo, Utah, and it has always been abo...
Larry Gibson and the Lobster Boat
50. Volcanoes and the Transient Climate Response – Part II
On arguing by analogy
Climate blogs and comment threads are full of 'arguments by analogy'. Depending on...
Unforced variations: September 2014
This month's open thread. People could waste time rebunking predictable cherry-pic...
The People's March
IPCC attribution statements redux: A response to Judith Curry
I have written a number of times about the procedure used to attribute recent clim...
The Monckton Files: Threatwatch 1
One of the truly amusing facets of being a Monckton-o-phile like myself is watchin...
How much methane came out of that hole in Siberia?
Siberia has explosion holes in it that smell like methane, and there are newly fou...
We're the best!
[jules' pics] High Street
Unforced variations: Aug 2014
This month's open thread. Keeping track of the Arctic sea ice minimum is interesti...
49. Volcanoes and the Transient Climate Response – Part I
The Monckton Files: A Hero Has Fallen!
Hang around the Watt's Up With That? blog for any length of time, and it will beco...
Global Warming, Climate Change
Jason Box interviewed by Mill Maher
Time and Tide
Rossby waves and surface weather extremes
A new study by Screen and Simmonds demonstrates the statistical connection between...
Release of the International Surface Temperature Initiative’s (ISTI’s) Global Land Surface Databank, an expanded set of fundamental surface temperature records
Guest post by Jared Rennie, Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites, Nort...
Unforced variations: July 2014
This month's open thread. Topics of potential interest: The successful OCO-2 launc...
48. Increasing vertically integrated water vapor over the oceans
Republican EPA Chiefs Urge Climate Action
Four former EPA administrators from Republican administrations testified at a cong...
Take Notes, Mr. Steyn
Today's lesson is on How to Float Legally Non-Actionable Accusations.  Mark Steyn...
Unforced variations: June 2014
June is the month when the Arctic Sea Ice outlook gets going, when the EPA release...
Inspector Steyn is Looking for a Clue
Great news in the Mann v. National Review et al. case!  Are you ready?  Defendan...
Deseret News: Who are the 'Alarmists'?
I wrote an op-ed for the Deseret News with the headline, 'Who are the 'alarmists' ...
El Niño or Bust
Guest commentary from Michelle L'Heureux, NOAA Climate Prediction Center Much medi...
Mark Steyn's Flashdance
It's an old story.  A stripper longs to be a ballerina, but the stuffy board at t...
The Free Speech Brigade Suppresses Free Speech
The Mann v. National Review et al. case (which I have previously written about her...
What Precedent? Why National Review et al. Are Running Scared
Whenever there is a big, public legal battle, it seems like the principals spend a...
Free Speech 101 for Sulky Teenagers
Yea, Michael Mann hath prevailed upon the court to allow his defamation suit to go...
'How to Manipulate Rubes into Covering Your Legal Bills,' Mark Steyn edition
If you haven't been following the Michael Mann v. National Review, Inc. et al. ca...
NOAA: Hottest August On Record. Ocean Temperatures Smash Old Record
New Dinosaur Rhinorex Raises Cretaceous Quandary
Global Population on Track to Reach 11 Billion by 2100, Researchers Say
Pulling secrets from deep-sea, drillbit-eating rocks
What Slipped Disks Tell Us About 700 Million Years of Evolution
Going on a rock cruise
Trees Growing Significantly Faster in Warming Climate, Study Finds
How Norway and Russia Made A Cod Fishery Live and Thrive
Emotion Is Not the Enemy of Reason
3 students perspectives on GES-10
Cosmic Ray Delays Spacecraft Headed for Dwarf Planet
Global Shift to Mass Transit Could Have Major Financial and Climate Benefits
Peak to Peak: An Intimate Look at The Bighorn Sheep of the Rockies
Bone From the Outside In
Tackling Climate Change Could Pay Off in as Little as 15 Years, Report Finds
A Mosasaur's Last Meal
Urban Air Pollution May Affect Brains of Young Children, Study Says
Interview: Making Farm-to-Table a Truly Sustainable Movement
How to Make Farm-to-Table A Truly Sustainable Movement
How to Recycle an Ichthyosaur
New High-Resolution Maps Show Greenhouse Gas Emissions at City-Level
The New Spinosaurus
Brazilian Amazon Deforestation Jumps by 29 Percent, Government Says
A Red Dirt Town: An Enduring Legacy Of Toxic Pollution in Southern Waters
U.S. Renewable Energy Growth in 2014 Dwarfs Fossil Fuel Plant Additions
The Venomous Cocktail in a Fisherman’s Bait
Ocean Acidification May Dull Sharks' Ability to Smell Prey, Researchers Say
Rhino Beetle Weapons Match Their Fighting Styles
U.S. Dietary Guidelines WouldSpur Rise in Greenhouse Gases, Study Says
Can Carbon Capture Technology Be Part of the Climate Solution?
Holuhraun eruption from the plane
Smog in India Damaged Enough Crops to Feed 94 Million, Study Says
Lava, Ice and Carbon: A truly Icelandic conference
Buying Video Games on Disc Is More Energy Efficient than Downloading
Interview: Calling for Moratorium On Development of Tar Sands Oil
(Caveat: I don't read or index the sites below, but have included them because others might want to, since they're directly focused on rebutting some higher-profile one-sided-skeptic sites. Are they useful?)