25:44 | In a blistering talk, Nobel Laureate Al Gore looks at the two main obstacles to climate solutions and gives his view of how we might actually solve the environmental crisis in time.
13:18 | (and doesn’t say what they think it says!)
9:57 | The fossil fuel industry is a factory of fairy tales, says activist and School Strike for Climate organizer Luisa Neubauer.
8:44 | Hvorfor taler klimaaktivister og forskere så alarmerende, som de gør?
20:43 | (nudge nudge, wink wink)
6:07 | Marjorie Taylor Green tells us why climate change is good for us. As with all her other conspiracy theories, this one is also crazy.
10:46 | Ben Shapiro returns to a college campus to teach them about pseudoscience.
50:08 | Bradley Whitford examines the grass-roots efforts to build consensus on Capitol Hill that global warming is a critical issue. Ty Burrell takes to the open road to investigate the future of an American way of life: the automobile.
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.
52:52 | In episode three, MSNBC’s Chris Hayes shadows climate change denier, Republican Congressman Michael Grimm for a year in Staten Island and conservationist M. Sanjayan travels to the ends of the earth — including Christmas Island.
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?
14:28 | Oh my god! He admit it!
9:43 | Fossil fuel companies have been lying to us. They’ve known about climate change for decades, and have buried the science in an effort to continue business as usual.
11:13 | Enemies of Science continues on their claims on climate change denial. Will you die from Climate Change?
34:00 | This video focuses on conspiracy theories, delving into the seven traits of conspiratorial thinking. I also delve into conspiracy theories about climate change and how they emerged from the dark corners of the Internet to briefly go mainstream during the “climategate” incident in 2009.
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.
27:29 | You can summarize climate change in just ten words: it’s real, it’s us, experts agree, it’s bad, there’s hope. Climate change misinformation is like a bizarro world version of this.
13:38 | Today we’ll have a brief talk about man-made climate change the scientific consensus surrounding it.
12:32 | The crooked scientific mainstream would have us believe that the Arctic is melting and the world is on fire, but if that’s true then why are there so many polar bears?
28:36 | Debunking myths about Climate Change is a crucial factor in closing the gap between public and scientific consensus. The good news is that the gap is narrowing quickly.
2:18 | An introduction to the five techniques of science denial: Fake experts, Logical fallacies, Impossible expectations, Cherry picking, and Conspiracy theories (FLICC).
15:04 | This video is the true story of what the oil industry knew about climate change and what they did about it between the 1950s and today.
15:49 | From the Exxon Valdez Oil spill to their pipeline projects in Chad and Cameroon, ExxonMobil has carved a sharp path through communities and through the climate.
8:21 | Learn to make sense of the science and to respond to climate change denial.
8:17 | Learn to make sense of the science and to respond to climate change denial.
7:31 | Learn to make sense of the science and to respond to climate change denial.
I denne uges podcast kan du ikke kun blive klogere på videnskaben bag klimaforandringer. Du får også skyts til at debattere med folk, der ikke tror på, at klimaforandringer er menneskeskabte.
9:16 | ClimateAdam takes a look at some of the most… remarkable climate change comments from Trump.
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.
3:06 | With David Wallace-Wells.
1:24:50 | Paul Edwards writes and teaches about the history, politics, and culture of information infrastructures.
3:41 | An internal oil industry memo has surfaced, revealing a secret plan to wage a disinformation campaign on the American public.
38:03 | Dr. Andrew Rosenberg explains how Trump’s administration impedes environmental and health regulations, rejects facts about climate change, and undermines the work of science-related government agencies.
12:05 | It was once a bipartisan issue, but now one of America’s major parties acts like climate science doesn’t exist.
10:49 | Kert Davies, Director of the Climate Investigations Center, joins David Pakman to discuss the funding of so-called “climate skeptics”.
9:30 | What Royal Dutch Shell knew about fossil fuel driving climate change and when they knew it.
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.
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.”
5:19 | Why climate change skepticism and denial are so effective at thwarting needed climate action.
32:05 | A documentary special reveals the multi-million dollar campaign that led to a climate change denier being elected president.
29:53 | This documentary reveals how the Koch Brothers have used their vast wealth to ensure the American political system takes no action on climate change.
4:49 | A brief look at Trump’s (anti) environmental actions during his first 100 days in office.
3:42 | John Cook is lead author of a 2013 paper confirming that the vast majority of climate scientists agree that humans are causing global warming.
12:52 | Michael E. Mann talks about his research in general, the ideological attacks on the hockey stick graph, the disinformation campain by the denial industry and the nature of true scientific skepticism.
3:21 | Exxon vidste det godt. Denne lille video fortæller historien.
9:07 | Bill Maher and Environmentalist Bill McKibben search for a silver lining to the Trump Administration’s anti-climate agenda.
28:31 | Shell Oil Company made Climate of Concern in 1991 as a warning against the dangers of climate change; then they ignored it.
35:11 | A central figure in the controversy over human-caused climate change has been “The Hockey Stick”.