KlimaTV – Klima i hverdagen
4:22 | We decided to put together The Carbon Footprint Of (Nearly) Everything. We hope this helps you understand the emissions you can directly affect through personal choices, and the emissions that you can affect through political and social choices.
11:24 | Tessa Clarke believes that sharing more and wasting less is an underrated solution to the climate crisis.
8:28 | Vi var med til lokal premiere på en særlig Klimaregnemaskine, da Odense Klimaforvaltning og Vanebrudspalæet fra Århus inviterede til Familiens Klimatopmøde i café Bronx.
19:53 | I Middelfart talte vi bl.a. med klimaminister Dan Jørgensen, Sebastian Mernild fra FN’s klimapanel og Connie Hedegaard fra CONCITO. Men også Enhedslistens Søren Egge, Sophie Dideriksen fra projekt Naboskab og en repræsentant fra Extinction Rebellion.
11:53 | Private jets. Mega-yachts. Helicopters. Mansions. The luxury lifestyles of the ultra-rich are pumping our air full of pollutants. So how do we clean them up – and why is progress so slow?
10:11 | We can all play a role in the climate movement by tapping into our skills, resources and networks in ways that bring us satisfaction.
7:33 | Some companies are trying to make a carbon difference by manufacturing products made out of pollution. But is it really helping?
12:26 | Everyone produces CO2 emissions each day. Businessman Dirk Gratzel has calculated his carbon footprint to date. He aims to erase it fully by the end of his lifetime.
12:46 | Everybody keeps telling us to cut our carbon footprints. So how guilty should I feel about my personal emissions? And what’s Big Oil got to do with it?
8:16 | In the final episode of The Breakdown, we explore climate solutions, looking at the difference between individual and systemic change and ultimately why we must all join the climate movement!
22:59 | This video looks at ten areas of your life where you can make a positive difference.
6:06 | Do cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin amount to climate arson or a clean-energy boon? Well, it’s complicated.
9:23 | Did you know greenhouse gases thousands of times more potent than carbon dioxide are lurking in your home?
10:42 | The coronavirus pandemic showed us that meetings can (very) often be video calls. And by commuting and traveling less, we don’t just save time, but also emissions.
9:20 | Eating green is overwhelming. It feels like ANYTHING you buy will hurt the planet. But when it comes to milk, some choices are better than others.
Der er masser af ting, vi som enkeltindivider kan gøre, for at redde det skrantende globale klima. Det nytter ikke at lægge hele ansvaret over på store virksomheder og regeringer.
9:53 | We’ve got a big ol’ task ahead of us and it’s important to start our collective engines (figurative, not literal) on reducing our government’s fossil fuel use.
30:17 | Karin og Sofie fra “Kend dit klima” afslører forskellen mellem miljø og klima og snakker om klima i dagligdagen.
37:44 | UngEnergis Klimamonopol diskuterer dine klimadilemmaer! Deltagerne er Tobias Nørkjær Holmgaard fra UngEnergi, Birgitte Ringgaard Diget fra Global Aktion og Extinction Rebellion – og en hemmelig gæst!
40:30 | Hvad er unge, voksne og ældre villige til at ofre i klimakampens navn? Og hvor går grænsen for, hvad vi vil give afkald på? Per K. Larsen, Lise Tjørring og Janus Emil Mariager repræsenterer tre forskellige generationer.
38:26 | Debat om den grønne omstilling, bæredygtighed, forholdet mellem klimakrisen og biodiversitetskrisen og mellem politiske og individuelle initiativer. Med Selma De Montgomery Nørgård, Birgitte Baadegaard og Mickey Gjerris.
7:04 | Vidste du, at det faktisk er ret nemt at streame lidt mere klimavenligt?
5:56 | To stop climate change the world needs to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions. But what does this actually mean?
14:41 | Is GREENWASHING even still a thing or have big corporations finally started to tell us the truth?
11:35 | We envision ourselves more as consumers than as citizens. As a result actions like flying less, zero waste, and recycling are prioritized over voting, protesting, and system change.
5:09 | Vi forbruger i forvejen alt for meget i Danmark, men op til jul stikker det helt af!
9:06 | I look at the environmental impacts of Black Friday and Cyber Monday as well as the social problems.
8:17 | How the internet works through data centers and networks, both of which contribute to global greenhouse gas emissions through massive energy demand.
7:28 | Is Ecosia real when they say Ecosia plants trees for every web search you make?
7:29 | Say you’re looking to buy a car. How do you pick the best car for the planet? There’s already a lot to consider when choosing a new ride, and factoring in climate change makes it even trickier.
4:42 | We need to stop emitting greenhouse gases to stop global warming, but how do we get there? Should we be cutting our own emissions or pushing for systemic change?
7:40 | Clothing is something we have to think about every day, but we don’t always think about how our clothes impact the planet.
12:01 | Global warming is one of the biggest threats to humanity. Karin Beese and her family refuse to look on helplessly.
5:15 | Energy efficiency standards have quietly been saving people mountains of money and helping avoid planet-warming emissions at the same time.
3:59 | About half the world has internet access. That’s 3.6 billion people surfing the web. How much energy is that using? And what is our online world doing to our planet’s climate?
25:49 | Heidi Edmonds is an ecologist, an engineer, an artist and a mum, and has recently helped launch two new climate networks; Australian Mums for Safe Climate and Australian Parents for Climate Action.
12:55 | Roof top solar power installations are becoming a truly viable option for domestic households as prices tumble. Here’s a step by step guide to how to get started and a bit of detail about the system I chose for my own home.
4:11 | The average carbon footprint of a person in the US is 16.5 tons –TONS. So, what can you actually do decrease this number and make a meaningful difference?
16:59 | I dag mener flere og flere, at kampen mod den globale opvarmning også kræver at vi ser på vores forbrug i vores del af Verden.
4:58 | We’ve known about the greenhouse effect for nearly 200 years and about global warming for more than a century, but we’ve had a hard time acting because our brains aren’t a good match for a problem this big.
3:58 | Control climate change by controlling your consumerism! In the final episode of Planet Hacks, I investigate how the stuff we buy feeds into the warming on your globe.
7:46 | Skal du ud at køre, bør du køre miljøvenligt. Måske er el-bilen vejen frem, da personbilerne er de store syndere, når vi taler om CO2-udledning. I videoen her kan du se Magnus Millang og hans bror Emils bud på en miljøvenlig el-bil.
7.00 | Drømmer du om at reducere forureningen og et liv med vindenergi? I denne video har Magnus Millang fået en genial ide! Kan man producere klimavenlig strøm på en cykel og skåne miljøet? Og hvor meget skal man cykle for at få energi nok?
8.01 | Er det muligt at nedbringe sin personlige CO2-udledning uden at gå på kompromis med sin livsstil? I denne video tester vi togrejsen som klimavenlig transport. Kan man erstatte flyverejsen med en togtur, hvis man skal ned til varmen?
5:12 | A video essay on the environmental impact of living in a Tiny House.
3:41 | After pedaling for hours, I discover there’s a difference between the power you use and the power your body can generate.
4:21 | Gavin Schmidt, Kevin Anderson, Erik Conway and Erick Fernandes tell us what we can personally do about climate change.
52:46 | A specialist in the psychology of risk perception, Anthony Leiserowitz knows better than anyone if people are willing to change their behavior to make a difference.