5 CREDIBLE WEBSITES
I used Global Warming as my topic.
This website was last updated on January 12, 2012, which meant it was recent and updated regularly. It is a government agency that deals with climate issues, and I found it to be an unbiased site with lots of information that pertained to my chosen subject. The authors were experts in the field of global warming and climate changes. The address also ends in .gov, which is considered reliable source using facts not opinions.
This site stands for The National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Center (NESDIS). It was last updated on April 10, 2012. The NESDIS is responsible and manages the Nation’s environmental satellites, and conducts research related to Global Warming. It is a non-biased, informative website with a reliable address ending in .gov.
This site, Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), was last updated in 2012. The site, list a postal address with a phone number of 800-684-3322, and I called it to verify if it was available. I received an automated operator of the EDF. The site’s policy states that the EDF takes a nonpartisan approach by supplying analysis and advice on important issues. The organization is funded by donors, which provide 40% of the EDF’s operating budget. The EDF is ran by scientist, economists, lawyers, and other professionals. I found this to be a credible site offering information without using opinions.
I found this site to be very credible and full of information. The information was last updated in 2012. It is a reliable government agency that is not biased in any way. The sites purpose is to inform the readers about the Vital Signs of the Planet. You can also subscribe to receive updates about what is happening with the earth. This is the best website I have found so far. I am also going to...
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