42:25 | Soon the Arctic will be ice-free in summer. While many are concerned about the consequences for the global climate, countries like Russia and the US, as well as China and Canada see an ice-free Arctic as an opportunity.
12:37 | The people and industries of the world’s richest countries have done the most to heat the planet. Meanwhile, the poorest can’t afford to pay for the consequences of other people’s pollution.
10:40 | Huma Yusuf shares a vision for global climate diplomacy where the countries responsible for pollution pay reparations for the damage they’ve caused, while developing countries bring forward a clean, green future.
13:04 | 35 years ago scientists discovered we were badly damaging the ozone layer, so a major global initiative was created to repair it. At the same time scientists also discovered that greenhouse gas emissions were causing dangerous levels of warming in our atmosphere…
57:57 | In episode eight, Matt Damon takes viewers on an investigation into the impact of extreme heat on human health and mortality. Michael C. Hall journeys to the low-lying deltaic country of Bangladesh. Thomas Friedman concludes his investigation of three Middle Eastern nations.
9:21 | In 2020, China’s President Xi Jinping pledged that China would both peak its emissions by 2030 and achieve net-zero emissions by 2060.
14:07 | I made some 2021 climate change predictions in a video this January, so let’s see how I did!
15:50 | China is installing more renewable energy than any other country in the world, but they also added the equivalent of one large coal power plant to their electricity grid every single week in 2020.
10:10 | We’re all living through the climate crisis. But we’re not all in it together. So what exactly does climate change have to do with social injustice? And how can we fix it?
6:59 | The United Nations is urging world leaders to make 2021 the year they commit to fighting climate change. It comes as new reports highlight the severe weather that broke records around the world this year.
8:06 | “This decade is a moment of choice unlike any we have ever lived,” says Christiana Figueres, the architect of the historic 2015 Paris Agreement.
40:13 | Sommeren 2019 var præget af billeder af massive skovbrande i Brasilien og Bolivia. Vi debatterer hvordan vi bedst muligt støtter de oprindelige folk i kampen mod brandene.
31:37 | Klimakrisen er global, men den rammer meget forskelligt i Nord og Syd. Bliv klogere på global klimaretfærdighed i selskab med Harjeet Singh.
12:29 | We talk a lot about politicians who deny global warming. But what about leaders like Australia’s Prime Minister, Scott Morrison?
11:15 | Scientists in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest are collecting vital data showing how our climate is changing. But now, their work is under direct attack by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.
1:26:00 | As climate change reshapes the agricultural landscape across Africa, there is concern that higher food prices and falling yields will lead to widespread urban unrest and catalyze participation in armed extremist movements.
15:44 | The New Silk Road is quite simply the most ambitious social and civil engineering project since the Marshall Plan. But is President Xi Jinping’s vision one of a green utopian future or will his plans cause even more climate chaos?
8:18 | This case study of Canada’s Kyoto Protocol process from 1995-2012 is used to explain the mechanisms of democratic influence on climate change.
12:18 | Which way will China go in the future, and how will it affect the global environment? Data scientist Angel Hsu describes how the most populous country on earth is creating a future based on alternative energy.
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.”
7:41 | Scientist and retired US Navy officer David Titley takes us from the humanitarian catastrophe in Syria to the icy shores of Svalbard to show how the military approaches the threat of climate change.
18:54 | Bhutan’s Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay shares his country’s mission to put happiness before economic growth and set a world standard for environmental preservation.
1:39:15 | Two major political goals are animating change in China’s energy sector: the goal of peaking carbon dioxide emissions on or before 2030 as part of China’s international climate commitment and the drive for energy market and pricing reform.