9:40 | Hurricane Ian is the first major, landfalling hurricane of the 2022 season, and this has many scratching their heads. Does this cast doubt on the assumption that global warming will lead to bigger, stronger storms?
9:26 | We asked six experts where the safest, or least risky, places will be to live in the United States as the climate changes and weather becomes more extreme.
11:19 | Matt Walsh fires back at others who tweeted about climate change in response to recent tornadoes in the US. Let’s put this old man in his place.
11:41 | Why do we see so much extreme winter weather even as the climate warms?
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.
Climate Refugees: Climate-Fueled Drought, Sea Level Rise, Storms & Fires Displace Millions Worldwide
10:53 | We speak with Hossein Ayazi, co-author of a new study that finds the climate crisis is already leading to a massive increase in the number of refugees being displaced around the world.
9:58 | Climate and weather are not the same thing. But climate change is making extreme weather events even more extreme.
5:51 | In a warming climate, hurricanes could linger longer, causing extreme rainfall and wind damage.
6:36 | How climate change affects extreme weather like hurricanes, droughts, and wildfire.
3:39 | It turns out, Hurricane Harvey is the ideal test case to measure how a warming planet and warming oceans, amplify our worst storms.
5:47 | Climate change is amplifying extreme weather events like hurricanes, heatwaves and other disasters. What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of how best to prepare for this stuff?
59:33 | Featuring Radley Horton, Columbia University: May 2018.
5.26 | Is there a link between the vanishing Arctic sea ice and extreme weather? Some prominent climate researchers think so.
3:22 | Here’s what we know about climate change and hurricanes.
12:25 | Professor Stefan Rahmstorf, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research redegør her for hvorfor vi kan forvente mere ekstremvejr.
14:59 | Video Abstract featuring James Hansen.
5:38 | Keah Schuenemann explains why global warming makes many types of extreme weather more likely. However, it is virtually impossible to say if a specific storm, heat wave, or other event was caused by global warming.
7:00 | How will hurricanes be affected by climate change?
2:04 | Is the frequency of extreme weather events a sign that global warming is gaining pace and exceeding predictions?
3:35 | Tornado damage of Joplin, Missouri. Aerial coverage courtesy of Bruce Taylor.
4:11 | Op-ed by Bill McKibben, author and founder of 350.org, narrated and illustrated by Stephen Thomson of Plomomedia.com
5.22 | Extreme rainstorm and flooding in Copenhagen.