• The U.S. State Department’s official Web site for the Copenhagen summit.

• The Society of Environmental Journalists has an excellent Copenhagen resources page, with information about attending and covering the conference as well as links to major news reports and primary sources of information.

• A Twitter list of some journalists covering the summit.

• The American Geophysical Union is hosting a 24/7 e-mail service to answer reporters questions about climate science during the Copenhagen summit. Around 650 Ph.D-trained climate scientists are participating in the project, with groups of three to five serving two-hour shifts around the clock.

• The Center for Public Integrity’s special report on the Global Climate Change Lobby.

• A Copenhagen Primer (pdf) from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.

• Although it is not specifically focused on Copenhagen, News University recently launched a four-hour, online course on covering climate change taught by Tom Yulsman, an associate professor at the University of Colorado’s School of Journalism & Mass Communication, where he co-directs the Center for Environmental Journalism. The site also recently featured a course on covering the green jobs debate.

Curtis Brainard and Cristine Russell are CJR contributors. Brainard is the editor of The Observatory, our online critique of science and environment reporting. Russell, a CJR contributing editor, is the president of the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing and a senior fellow at Harvard's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. She is a former Shorenstein Center fellow and Washington Post reporter.