43:26 | “EACOP: A crude reality” puts the spotlight on the negative socio-economic and environmental impacts posed by the planned East African Crude Oil Pipeline.
7:07 | Vi har spurgt en række fynske folketingskandidater, hvor mange kompromisser man skal indgå med de danske klimaambitioner i den aktuelle energikrise.
12:26 | Right in the heart of Germany, villages are being destroyed for coal – even though the country has vowed to turn its back on the fuel as soon as possible. But the villagers and activists are fighting back.
5:47 | Da der i DK og resten af EU er en politisk konsensus om ikke at købe gas fra Rusland, så vil Odense Byråd nu prøve at finde en balance, hvor Fjernvarme Fyn indtil videre, fortsætter med at bruge kul frem til foråret 2024.
7:35 | This is the incredible story of how a nationalised oil and gas company, from the tiny nation of Denmark, became a renewable electricity powerhouse in just seven years.
11:55 | Natural gas is abundant, versatile – and much cleaner than coal. It lets us keep the lights on AND reduce emissions. That’s great, right? Well, yes. If it wasn’t for one small detail: it’s still a fossil fuel.
12:06 | A new report shows how much more economically smart it would be to simply jump straight from coal to renewables and cut out the ‘natural gas middle-man’ completely.
5:55 | At a time of climate pledges and promises, globally our governments still spend three times more public money on subsidising fossil fuels than renewable energy. Why is this?
16:19 | 15 million jobs are set to be lost from the fossil fuel industry in the coming years, but more than three times that will be created in the renewable sector.
50:07 | America Ferrera journeys to Illinois to shed light on the US’ controversial dependence on coal plants. Sigourney Weaver explores China’s explosive economic growth and the impact it is having on the environment on a global scale.
50:07 | In the season opener, David Letterman travels to India. Back in the U.S., Cecily Strong travels to Florida and Nevada.
58:11 | In episode six, America Ferrera profiles prominent climate skeptic James Taylor of the Heartland Institute. Mark Bittman returns to conduct a yearlong investigation into natural gas.
13:43 | Bjørn Otto Sverdrup (OCGI) describes a possible path for the industry to pivot to net-zero operations, reimagining the role it could play in helping decarbonize the economy and igniting changes in how we consume energy.
12:26 | Eckardt Heukamp is refusing to budge: He’s the last remaining resident of Lützerath in North-Rhine Westphalia, situated on the edge of a huge open-cast lignite mine.
13:38 | We currently have enough fossil fuels to progressively transition off of them, says climate campaigner Tzeporah Berman, but the industry continues to expand oil, gas and coal production and exploration.
11:32 | Dena Takruri heads to Kern County, where in one in seven workers has a job tied to oil. Can this oil-reliant county ever break up with fossil fuels?
13:50 | Fossil fuels are inextricably linked to our everyday lives and it’ll be impossible to phase them out in the next three decades. At least that’s what the fossil fuel industry would have you believe.
10:22 | The Banking on Climate Chaos report has revealed the banking sector’s atrocious financing of the fossil fuel industry.
6:09 | In this video I try to visualize the world’s production of crude oil on a world map. Every marker represent one million tonnes of crude oil produced.
8:21 | Coal powered a revolution in human prosperity that the world had never seen before. But it came at a price. Now Asia is the biggest consumer of coal — how can it quit its new addiction?
4:52 | The Netherlands has legislated to shut down all coal-fired power plants by 2030. But now a German energy company is suing the Dutch government for 1.4 billion euros over that decision.
7:03 | Germany is super green and amazing at fighting climate change – at least that’s how the stereotype goes. But if you look deeper into it, you soon discover some pretty dirty secrets.
11:05 | India has a historic opportunity to power its industrialization with clean energy – and its energy choices will make or break the world’s fight against climate change.
5:04 | Pas på, pas på, gør plads. Sådan lød da klimaaktivister opførte politisk gadeteater gennem Odense Centrum for at gøre opmærksom på det omfattende anlægsprojekt Baltic Pipe.
4:36 | Hvis vi først får bygget ny infrastruktur til sort energi, slipper vi ikke af med den. Derfor skal Baltic Pipe, der i mindst 30 år skal føre fossil gas fra Norge til Polen stoppes.
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.
6:26 | Stop for brug af kul på Fynsværket i 2022 svarer til at 200.000 elbiler erstatter det samme antal CO2-forurenende benzin- og dieselbiler hvert år fremover.
14:29 | Wind power now dominates Germany’s electricity sector, but the country also still burns millions of tonnes of coal every year.
13:22 | Thanks to Russia and Saudi Arabia, global oil production has not decreased in reaction to the abrupt halt in our economies. Is this a ‘Perfect Storm’ that spells the end for BIG OIL?
8:15 | Vi har besøgt Jesper og Mette Bisgaard Sanden i den lille landsby Davinde i det sydøstlige Odense, hvor man lige nu er ved at mobilisere protester imod et omfattende anlægsprojekt.
17:21 | Are we reducing our global coal consumption and moving to alternative sources of power quickly enough?
5:43 | A new study has found that the climate crisis is already leading to a massive increase in the number of people being displaced around the world.
1:03:37 | The CSIS Energy & National Security Program is pleased to welcome Sverre Alvik to discuss DNV GL’s Energy Transition Outlook 2019.
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.
13:40 | I denne uge er vi til den årlige konference for “Olie Gas Danmark” og til samråd med Klimaministeren, som skal finde ud af, om han vil give lov til at lede efter ny olie i Nordsøen.
1:28:47 | Given their important role within this system, some oil and gas companies are now strategizing to become “energy companies,” adapting to the global energy transition.
12:14 | Folketinget har netop haft åbningsdag, og den forbindelse var vi på gaden for at minde Dan Jørgensen om, at det er en dårlig idé at give licenser til ny olieefterforskning i Nordsøen. Men hvorfor er det så dårligt med al den olie?
9:07 | With the advent of competitively priced alternatives to oil and changing policy prerogatives, some analysts have speculated that oil demand will experience a peak in the near future.
12:49 | Tar sands, AKA Oil Sands, extraction and processing releases 3 times as much Carbon Dioxide as traditional crude oil extraction.
47:43 | In view of the explosive growth in China and India, the pessimists give us only 25 years to operate an energy transition to sustainable energy. But is an energy transition easy to set in motion?
18:21 | Kevin Taft (Alberta Liberal Party) talks about his new book, “Oil’s Deep State: How the Petroleum Industry Undermines Democracy and Stops Action on Global Warming.”
4:53 | Why oil and gas pipelines like the Keystone XL expansion and the Dakota Access Pipeline are so contentious – and how building new pipelines will lock us into a system reliant on fossil fuels for decades to come.
29:41 | Ramez Naam forudsiger, at vedvarende energi hastigt kommer til at udkonkurrere kul, olie og gas.
4:48 | The past decade has seen a revolution in residential solar systems. Cheap panels and creative financing options have led to a massive increase in solar installations – and that increase is driving an employment boom.
2:53 | In Appalachia, coal companies blow the tops off of mountains to get at the coal. The damage this does to the surrounding environment and water supply is devastating.
17:51 | The Jimmy Dore Show undres over Donald Trumps CO2-boble.
5:15 | A brief look at oil’s subsidized history in order to understand that government influence is necessary for a renewable energy future.
2:22 | The US Government just released this advert about the Dakota Access Pipeline and it’s surprisingly honest and informative.