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.
13:21 | Climate justice is taking center stage — geopolitically, socially and morally.
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.
8:23 | I 2019 lykkedes det den danske klimabevægelse at få politikerne til at beslutte, at Danmarks klimamål skulle hæves. Dengang var det en sejr, men er målene høje nok i dag?
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…
19:53 | I Middelfart talte vi bl.a. med klimaminister Dan Jørgensen, Sebastian Mernild fra FN’s klimapanel og Connie Hedegaard fra CONCITO. Men også Enhedslistens Søren Egge, Sophie Dideriksen fra projekt Naboskab og en repræsentant fra Extinction Rebellion.
50:19 | It is more urgent than ever for Europe to become self-sufficient in energy. This is accompanied by major power shifts, both within and outside the EU.
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.
10:57 | Denmark’s climate minister Dan Jørgensen lays out his plan to end the country’s oil industry by 2050 and transition to a fossil-free future powered by wind energy.
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.
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.
4:41 | Kan DK og EU leve op til sine egne klimamål i tide? Netop det spørgsmål – og mange flere, skal Connie Hedegaard, John Nordbo og Morten Lisberg debattere.
22:59 | Vi har talt med 3 danske EU-parlamentsmedlemmer om et udspil der skal finde opbakning i et EU-samarbejde, hvor der er langt imellem de klimapolitiske ambitioner i f.eks. Polen og Danmark.
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!
7:42 | Klimamarch i Odense, hvor arrangørerne også havde fokus på den lokale kommunale plan om at Odense Kommune skal være klimaneutral i 2030.
28:25 | The European Union aims to reduce CO2 emissions and become carbon neutral by 2050, using the Green Deal as its road map. The German government has already agreed to more ambitious climate targets.
14:17 | Odense Kommune skal være klima neutral i 2030 og har bedt en gruppe eksperter med Sebastian Mernild i spidsen om anbefalinger. Vi har også været med til klimavalgmøde arrangeret af Den Grønne Studenterbevægelse i Odense.
13:20 | Nu skal der sættes turbo på Klimaloven.
42:24 | The new president of the European Council, Charles Michel, wants the twenty-seven member states to commit to making Europe the planet’s first climate-neutral continent by 2050. But Poland, 80% dependent on coal, is blocking the measure.
9:15 | Episode four of The Breakdown looks at the intersection between racism and climate change, highlighting how climate change is first and foremost a social justice issue.
13:40 | Decarbonisation is the only way out of our climate emergency. But just about every mainstream agency and organisation around the world is advising policymakers not to move too quickly away from fossil fuels for fear of disrupting economies and societies.
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?
16:37 | Because who said climate policy can’t be chill.
15:21 | Climate and ecology are inextricably linked. This holistic approach forms the basis of the Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill, recently tabled in the UK Parliament.
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.
28:47 | Vi har klippet en debat dokumentar, hvor vi spørger om EU vil være i stand til at genopfinde sin rolle som Verdens klimaførerhund inden klimaforandringerne kommer ud af kontrol.
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.
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.
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.
4:26 | So far, only Gambia and Morocco are hitting their emission targets, while the biggest emitters are falling flat, or ignoring their goals entirely. How can we hold these countries accountable? Enter the Climate Action Tracker.
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.
8:25 | A lot has happened since Donald Trump became president. Here is one presidential term, as told through climate change.
10:39 | Vi har ventet og ventet. Og nu skal vi igen vente. Men klimaet venter ikke. Sådan lød det da utålmodige unge fra den grønne Studenterbevægelse var mødt op foran Rådhuset i Odense.
6:01 | Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission, details the challenges and opportunities that come with transitioning an entire continent to clean energy.
8:05 | More Americans than ever believe climate change is happening. Two in three registered voters say they’re worried about it.
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.
7:38 | Bedsteforældrenes Klimaaktion holder den tale, som Mette Frederiksen burde have holdt ved Folketingets åbning den 6. oktober 2020.
7:46 | Joe Biden’s climate policy platform is potentially Earth changing, especially compared to Donald Trump’s.
16:51 | Danmark har fået en ambitiøs klimalov. Men det er nu den skal omsættes til konkret handling. Sådan lød det flere steder fra de mange NGO’er, eksperter og politikere, der deltog i et velbesøgt Klimafolkemøde i Middelfart.
11:10 | And what the 2020 US election means for climate change.
2:04 | Vi står i en hidtil uset global nødsituation.
27:02 | Environmentalist Tom Rand thinks that we need to harness markets to avert climate catastrophe. And further, he believes a radical change is needed in how markets operate.