KlimaTV – Arktis/Antarktis
14:35 | Arctic sea ice is disappearing faster than we thought!
12:40 | Antarctica is home to some of the world’s largest ice sheets and glaciers. Now a new US / UK research collaboration has discovered that the rate of melt is even worse than scientists feared.
4:22 | Ice in the Arctic is melting at an unprecedented rate and leading to higher sea levels. But higher temperatures aren’t the only cause.
28:25 | Few places on Earth are as remote as the German research facility Neumayer Station III. The scientists who work at this outpost in Antarctica are studying the effects of climate change — under extreme conditions.
11:59 | There’s been debate and dispute in recent years over whether Greenland, and Antarctica, are genuinely losing ice mass. But now a group of scientists has combined and consolidated their data to reach a solid, trustworthy result.
15:29 | A glimpse into the lives of three Greenlanders: a hunter, a ship’s captain and a fisherman.
3:25 | As plants and animals in the Arctic die, some of them become preserved in this permafrost. But as human activity releases greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, the permafrost is starting to thaw and shrink.
12:29 | Norske virksomheder vil lede efter olie i Arktis, selvom det strider mod lovgivningen, der fastslår at både nuværende og fremtidige generationer har ret til et sundt miljø og en beboelig planet.
Stefan Rahmstorf spoke about Arctic Tipping Points in a Plenary Session during the #ArcticCircle2019 Assembly.
42:25 | Climate change in the Arctic is fueling not only fear, but also hope. Sea levels will rise and flood many regions. But the melting ice will also expose new land with reserves of oil, gas and minerals.
2:52 | Wildfires in the Arctic often burn far away from population centers, but their impacts are felt around the globe.
2:19 | Videnskab.dk faktatjekker politikernes klima-påstande.
14:02 | A methane burst from the East Siberian Arctic Shelf could happen at any time and needs only a trigger. That’s the conclusion of the world’s leading research scientist in that region – Natalia Shakhova.
5:36 | With Jon Gertner.
15:47 | Most of the Arctic Council agreed that Climate Change was a clear and present danger that required extremely careful stewardship. But Mike Pompeo represented a voice of dissent that effectively scuppered any progress.
17:54 | A Blue Ocean Event, or Ice-Free Arctic, is the source of almost fever pitch speculation in the climate science world.
12:05 | The Greenland Ice Sheet has been on a rapid downward spiral for at least a couple of decades, but in 2018 it seemed to begin recovering. This week we look at what happened and whether or not this is good news for the future.
16:40 | NOAA released their 2018 Arctic Report Card back in December with some fairly stark warnings about the status of that region.
8:51 | Peter Wadhams explains the risks posed by huge methane emissions that are being caused by arctic ice loss, and we discuss the difficulties and frustrations faced by scientists trying to communicate climate issues to a wider public.
11:05 | Peter Wadhams’ book, A Farewell to Ice, outlines in exquisite detail the changes in the arctic over the last four decades and the threats that these changes pose to our climate.
13:55 | The earth’s ecosystems are constantly and relentlessly shifting as a result of the carbon that the human species spews out every year. One of the most influential and potentially catastrophic of these systems is the sea ice covering the Arctic Ocean.
20:09 | The Arctic ice is rapidly retreating and trends are indicating that soon we will face ice-free central arctics in the summer.
5.26 | Is there a link between the vanishing Arctic sea ice and extreme weather? Some prominent climate researchers think so.
6:12 | Two key factors that govern the arctic ecosystem are rapidly changing: ice and light.
7:04 | Data viser at der sker en betydelig opvarmning af vandet under overfladen i Grønland (Petermann Ice Shelf).
11:28 | Skræmmende video, der viser at der sker noget på bunden af det øst Sibiriske hav, der afgørende har potentiale til at accelerere den globale opvarmning.
3:22 | Every year the ocean ice in the Arctic melts and refreezes again the winter. But recently the ice has been melting faster than ever.
3:40 | En fin lille video om de store ændringer der er i gang i Arktis.
10:06 | The Insight finds how will the policies of now President-elect Donald Trump affect the world’s climate? And is it too late to undo the damage done to the Arctic?
15:11 | The Insight finds how will the policies of now President-elect Donald Trump affect the world’s climate? And is it too late to undo the damage done to the Arctic?
31:32 | Observations show that the seas are indeed rising, and that the rise in the 20th Century is unique in the context of the previous millennia.
2:35 | Arctic sea ice has not only been shrinking in surface area in recent years, it’s becoming younger and thinner as well.
2:23 | National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Enric Sala answers five questions regarding the critical state of Earth’s sea ice, and what it means for us.
9:27 | How stable are the huge ice masses in the face of global warming?
39:35 | Dr. Jeremy Shakun discusses how information about ancient climate cycles is preserved in stalactites and stalagmites (speleothems) in Arctic caves.
2:34 | On the occasion of COP 21, the artists Olafur Eliasson and Minik Rosing brought 12 blocks of ice, harvested from free-floating icebergs in a fjord outside Nuuk, Greenland, to Place du Panthéon, Paris.
52:00 | It is the mandate of this documentary to bring to light the theories and statistics first brought to the public’s attention in An Inconvenient Truth with hands-on exploration of the continent.
2:00 | How can Greenland’s ice sheets still be more than 10,000 feet thick, if carbon dioxide is warming the planet?
1:56 | Greenland is warming almost twice as fast as Antarctica, which is causing the ice to melt and raise global sea levels.
14:41 | Will melting sea ice lead to a rush for development in the oil, gas and mineral rich Arctic ? Might this lead to conflict and to serious consequences for the environment?
5:26 | Capturing one photo per hour of daylight, the cameras placed on South Georgia (Antarctica) will document the story of the island’s melting glaciers.
2:19 | I det nordligste Grønland – i byen Qaanaaq og bygden Siorapaluk – er man afhængig af havisen.
1:45 | Greenpeace is calling on LEGO to end its partnership with Shell to Save the Arctic.
7:20 | Suggestions that modest increases in sea ice around Antarctica offset significant losses in Arctic sea ice are based on a bogus “apples and oranges” comparison.
4:28 | NASA Climate Change
51:59 | Our Arctic Challenge from European Environment Agency.
57:17 | One Degree Matters follows social and business leaders as they travel to Greenland and experience for themselves the dramatic effects of the melting of the ice cap.
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