KlimaTV – Forskning
22:13 | The scientific consensus on human-caused global warming has been a fierce topic for decades. To understand why, you need to know the history of consensus.
21:39 | The extraction, and the resulting pollution from most energy sources has an immense impact on the environment, and that’s why we’ve got to talk about energy in the context of environmental science.
15:59 | Let’s take a trip to a few biomes and compare what climate looks like around the world.
30:23 | Are we headed for a Grand Solar Minimum?
7:19 | Climate activists talk a lot about following “the science” around climate change. What actually is the science and how is it calculated?
10:03 | As Earth’s climate changes, one of the hardest things to figure out is exactly how the planet will change in response. While we can’t know the future for sure, we can get a lot of good clues from the past.
13:55 | As entire countries are getting shut down around the world, with the rapid reduction of emissions that this causes, is the global dimming paradox about to be tested?
2:18 | NASA’s new 3-dimensional portrait of methane shows the world’s second largest contributor to greenhouse warming as it travels through the atmosphere.
13:05 | When the ocean changes, the planet changes — and it all starts with microbes, says biological oceanographer Angelicque White.
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.
1:09:52 | Cambridge Climate Lecture Series
9:34 | Dr. Neil Swart of the Canadian Center for Climate Modelling & Analysis says a new model predicts nearly 8°C of heating by 2100 in a high emissions scenario.
13:52 | Some think Cosmic Rays affect our climate and that the Grand Solar Minimum we’re now entering might mean this effect will increase. This week we take a look at the science involved.
11:15 | Scientists in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest are collecting vital data showing how our climate is changing. But now, their work is under direct attack by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.
9:27 | A collection of 11,000 scientists from 153 countries has signed a declaration of climate emergency published in the journal BioScience.
12:10 | Methane bubbling out of the arctic, accelerating the amplification of temperature rises in that region, plus a billion or so belching cows around the world spewing out millions of tons of CH4 every year. Are these the only culprits for increased methane?
Stefan Rahmstorf spoke about Arctic Tipping Points in a Plenary Session during the #ArcticCircle2019 Assembly.
15:52 | In the 1970s scientists were warning us that we were about to enter into a new ice age, and that global cooling was going to be the end of all civilisation. So what happened?
2:52 | Wildfires in the Arctic often burn far away from population centers, but their impacts are felt around the globe.
16:26 | Our sun is reaching the end of it’s normal 11 year cycle and is now approaching a period of minimum solar activity. Some say it’s the real cause of climate change and that it’s going to wreak havoc with our weather systems.
4:48 | With Jon Gertner.
5:32 | With Jon Gertner.
5:36 | With Jon Gertner.
11:29 | One way in which climate change deniers are getting their way in the Trump administration is by subverting the application of scientific findings by ignoring long-term projections when setting policy.
14:35 | Throughout the Pleistocene Epoch, the range of the woolly rhino grew and shrank in sync with global climate. So what caused the climate — and the range of the woolly rhino — to cycle back and forth between such extremes?
30:13 | Climate change deniers are wrong when they claim that the predictions made by climate models are unreliable.
1:24:50 | Paul Edwards writes and teaches about the history, politics, and culture of information infrastructures.
29:32 | Studying climate change can take its emotional toll. Some scientists and activists have experienced grief, depression, and anxiety. Some have received death threats.
35:46 | Global warming deniers claim that there was an 18-year pause in global warming which started in 1998. This apparent hiatus was actually the product of biases in the data.
2:45 | With Michelle Thaller.
7:24 | Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas, but is it a bigger cause for concern than carbon dioxide??
1:03:01 | Climate-change deniers argue that there actually is not a 97% manmade global-warming consensus among scientists and climatologists.
5:35 | What is it about carbon-dioxide that causes climate change? What is it about this chemical that causes something as massive as global warming?!
9:26 | Neil DeGrasse Tyson talks about the latest climate change warning.
18:11 | A new report from the world’s leading body on climate change says we could see catastrophic global warming by 2030.
4:36 | Equilibrium Climate Sensitivity is the measure of how much the planet will warm in response to a given amount of Greenhouse gas pollution.
8:02 | The world agreed to aim to limit global warming to just 1.5 degrees. A new report from the IPCC investigates, and ClimateAdam is here to break it down.
2:00 | Climate is more than just a few warm or cool days.
6:54 | Do 97% of climate scientists really agree that humans are the main cause of climate change? Yep!
7:34 | Jerry Taylor for more than two decades was a leading spokesperson against concerns expressed by the climate science community and, accordingly, against taking action on greenhouse gases. All that has changed.
55:18 | Dr. Daniel Cziczo explains the science of climate change, plus the efforts at developing policy, and what we can do to adapt and to influence policy.
3:25 | Learn what CFCs are, how they have contributed to the ozone hole, and how the 1989 Montreal Protocol sought to put an end to ozone depletion.
23:44 | James Hansen, Pam Peterson, and Philip Duffy join us to discuss how the hesitancy among scientists to express the gravity of our situation is a major block to our understanding and response to climate change.
9:12 | Over the years, scientists have made a lot of predictions about how Earth’s climate is changing, but they don’t just pull those predictions from thin air.
2:41 | IPCC report authors rigorously evaluate the latest results from climate models run on supercomputers.
19:44 | Oxford University climate scientist Richard Millar says right-wing climate deniers have misrepresented his research, and that the 1.5-degree Celsius warming limit is not yet a geophysical impossibility.
9:25 | Stefan Rahmstorf talks about the role of the Paris Agreement in 2015, why we need to aim higher if we want to keep global temperature increase at or below 2°C.
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