As the head of the science department at a major university, I'm overseeing the development of a new introductory course on climate change. I'm looking for a comprehensive list of resources for learning about climate change that we can incorporate into the course material. The resources should be academic in nature, but also engaging and accessible to a broad range of students. I'm interested in a variety of formats, including scholarly articles, textbooks, online courses, interactive models, podcasts, documentaries, and databases. Consider the following specific information: * Level of Understanding: [Specify the expected starting level of understanding of your students] * Academic Discipline: [Indicate the academic discipline of the course (e.g., environmental science, earth science, etc.)] * Course Duration: [Specify the duration of the course] * Budget for Resources: [Specify if there's a budget for purchasing resources] * Technology Access: [Describe the level of technology access your students have] Task Requirements: 1. Create a diverse list of resources covering different aspects of climate change. 2. Ensure the resources are scholarly and appropriate for an academic setting. 3. Provide a mix of free and paid resources. 4. Include resources in a variety of formats (e.g., articles, online courses, models, etc.) 5. Resources should be engaging and accessible to a broad range of students. Best Practices Checklist: * Check the credibility of the sources. * Consider the level of understanding of the students. * Balance depth and breadth of information in the resources. * Ensure resources are up-to-date and relevant to current climate change science. Deliverable: Create a List of Resources for learning about climate change, considering the specific information provided. Format the content in markdown.