more being added regularly (most recently April 2016)
Climate Reanalyzer, from the CLimate Change Institute of the University of Maine, has beautifu visually oriented analysis of climate data. They're also active on Facebook.
NSIDC, National Snow and Ice Data Center, a primary source for ice information. Their facebook site here is active and worth following, though it can gives confusing headlines and little context.
Stephen Leahy, Environmental Journalist, has a collection of investigative stories regularly updated.
One Million Climate Jobs - report by the Campaign Against Climate Change (UK, 2014, 68p), describing a plan to make a step change in progress.
Thin Ice film, supported by a very informative website: ThinIceClimate.org.
Green World Rising, a group supported by Leonardo DiCaprio among others, has some excellent short videos (~10 min) about Carbon, the time limits, and the answers. Also very good simple website with suggestions on what you can do yourself, etc.
Fascinating TED talk by Nicholas Stern, economist. It discusses the possibilities for transformations in our societies which would be in time to prevent Climate Disaster, and clarifies the choices to be made. It's all possible. (dated Sept 2014, 16 minutes)
The essence of climate change, the urgency, and why we need to stand up now, by Bill McKibben of 350.org: Do The Math (3 minutes). If you want to arrange a private viewing of the whole 1 hour film, we have DVD's available on loan or you can get a youtube link by registering here.
Growth and how soon it fails: simple mathematics clearly illustrated in cool clips, by Al Bartlett (10 minutes)
Economic growth in the simplest of terms: the story of the impossible hamster (1 minute)
Carbontracker site, which has the well respected reports relating to financial bookkeeping in the carbon industry downloadable here.
Information and action suggestions, also several nice short videos on greenworldrising.org, narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio (~10 min each)
Ocean acidification hinders the growing of shells of our marine creatures... and it's happening now. Short clip on what an oyster farm in Puget sound is doing because of this. (4 minutes)
Film about the impact of climate change, and what can be done against it. Disruption: Climate. Change. (52 min)
Earthbook, a short youtube clip describing the earth's situation in Facebook format (!): light yet relevant Earthbook in english (3.5 minutes)
Al Gore's facebook page, which has links and posts relating to climate issues.