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.
58:06 | In episode five, Olivia Munn profiles the nation’s most climate-conscious governor — Jay Inslee of Washington State. Meanwhile, Mark Bittman probes New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s evasion of the topic of man-made climate change.
14:07 | I made some 2021 climate change predictions in a video this January, so let’s see how I did!
16:37 | Because who said climate policy can’t be chill.
13:19 | Can you just sue climate change out of existence?
9:52 | About windmills, coal, natural gas, and the disconnected power grid in Texas.
2:52 | The United States is rejoining the Paris climate agreement, fulfilling one of President Joe Biden’s earliest campaign promises and generating sighs of relief around the world.
14:34 | It’s easy to forget that there was a time when the greenhouse effect wasn’t politically controversial, and Exxon was the world leader in climate science.
8:25 | A lot has happened since Donald Trump became president. Here is one presidential term, as told through climate change.
8:05 | More Americans than ever believe climate change is happening. Two in three registered voters say they’re worried about it.
7:46 | Joe Biden’s climate policy platform is potentially Earth changing, especially compared to Donald Trump’s.
11:10 | And what the 2020 US election means for climate change.
9:40 | The Green New Deal offers a solution to global warming and climate change through broad social programs addressing not only fossil fuels but also racism, capitalism, ableism, and imperialism.
4:42 | With Daniel Esty. When it comes to politically addressing the climate crisis, we need politicians from both sides of the aisle to work together.
6:18 | Republicans and Democrats once appeared to agree about climate change. What happened?
17:14 | The Trump administration will withdraw the U.S. from the historic Paris climate agreement. We speak with Bill McKibben, co-founder of 350.org.
1:21:30 | Author and journalist Naomi Klein is joined by Juliet B. Schor, Boston College professor, to talk about her latest book.
43:47 | Udgangspunktet er Naomi Kleins bog “On Fire: The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal”.
15:41 | A new report from energy consultants Wood Mackenzie suggests caution and a slower transition. We look at their findings.
7:29 | The Green New Deal is an ambitious plan to fight the effects of climate change. It’s the only American plan that actually acknowledges the size of the impending crisis.
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.
15:47 | Most of the Arctic Council agreed that Climate Change was a clear and present danger that required extremely careful stewardship. But Mike Pompeo represented a voice of dissent that effectively scuppered any progress.
8:34 | Political news coverage tends to focus on strategy over substance, and that’s making it less likely that the public will agree on big policy ideas when we need them the most.
7:00 | Donald Trump confuses climate change with weather, claiming on Twitter that a cold day in winter in the midwest disproves climate change.
1:32:09 | Special lecture at Harvard University – Center for the Environment.
6:15 | Christian Parenti discusses the dangerous climate policies pursued by Donald Trump.
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.
10:22 | In fact 99.94% of peer-reviewed climate science studies support the view that human activity on earth is impacting the climate.
32:05 | A documentary special reveals the multi-million dollar campaign that led to a climate change denier being elected president.
11:57 | The U.S., which, under the Obama administration, was a major force in creating the 2015 Paris accord, is now almost alone among nations in rejecting this commitment.
8:10 | President Donald Trump pulls the United States out of the Paris climate change agreement. Consequently, world leaders and US companies queue up to criticize him.
4:49 | A brief look at Trump’s (anti) environmental actions during his first 100 days in office.
17:51 | The Jimmy Dore Show undres over Donald Trumps CO2-boble.
10:06 | The Insight finds how will the policies of now President-elect Donald Trump affect the world’s climate? And is it too late to undo the damage done to the Arctic?
15:11 | The Insight finds how will the policies of now President-elect Donald Trump affect the world’s climate? And is it too late to undo the damage done to the Arctic?
6:19 | A federal judge in Eugene, Oregon, has just ruled that 21 young Americans can proceed to trial in a suit against the Obama administration.
13:17 | Bill McKibben om valget af Trump.
5:58 | Krystalklar forklaring af menneskeskabt global opvarmning – og de konsekvenser det medfører hvis vi ikke alle tager et personligt medansvar for at handle.
48:47 | President Obama lays out his vision for a comprehensive plan to reduce carbon pollution, prepare our country for the impacts of climate change, and lead global efforts to fight it.