12:52 | We look at the last 30 years of television comedies that address climate change in order to understand why TV comedies get climate change so wrong.
30:35 | Can an entire lifetime of playing videogames help people understand a crisis?
12:37 | Climate Fiction comes in all sorts of forms, there’s your Mad Maxes, your Games of Thrones, your Parables of the Sowers, and your WALL-Es.
52:19 | A video about movies that feature climate change / environmentalism in their plots and how they reflect and/or inform our views about it in the real world.
1:15:40 | Let’s win a strategy game about global warming!
59:40 | Let’s continue a strategy game about global warming.
55:37 | Let’s play a strategy game about global warming.
11:11 | I talk about the game’s mechanics, the frequency of extreme weather events, and the knock-on effects on human behaviour in the game.
5:12 | Bill Patzert: “There is no Planet B.”
10:32 | Professor Christopher Wright from the University of Sydney Business School outlines his thoughts on climate change, future imaginings and climate fiction.
2:02 | The White Walkers are some of Thrones’ creepiest villains — but they also help tell a really interesting metaphor about climate change.
7:31 | Climate change is real, so why the controversy and debate?
8:27 | Climate change is real, so why the controversy and debate?
8:07 | Climate change is real, so why the controversy and debate?