KlimaTV – Klimakrisen
22:23 | As Columbia University professor Philip Kitcher points out, a 4-5 Celsius temperature increase that makes the planet uninhabitable is a disaster no matter when it happens.
29:08 | In this talk, Johan Rockström is giving an overview about the climate crisis and it’s consequences.
10:45 | The coronavirus brought much of the world to a standstill, dropping carbon emissions by five percent. Al Gore says keeping those rates down is now up to us.
2:44 | We rigged up this bucket to show how 2020’s carbon emissions can hang around for a long time.
14:35 | How Earth’s Geography Will Change With Climate Change
43:11 | Join Katharine Hayhoe as she lays out how climate change is affecting regions and sectors across the U.S. Hayhoe will also discuss the key role our values play in shaping our attitudes and actions on this crucial topic.
11:50 | A world only 2°C warmer, or 3.6°F, would be one that is much different than the world we live in today, but what does that actually look like?
26:12 | The world may be infected, but it’s cleaner. And you might think that the drop in pollution levels and our changes in lifestyle could be the signpost to a better, greener world. So what are activists so worried about?
5:21 | Carbon dioxide and air pollution emissions are plummeting in 2020. But could fewer aerosols mean more global warming?
13:36 | How will global civilisation bounce back? We might actually have a once in a lifetime opportunity to reshape the way we run our societies.
11:21 | The climate crisis is too vast and complicated to solve with a silver bullet, says author David Wallace-Wells. What we need is a shift in how we live.
4:27 | It’s understandable that we want to blame someone else for climate change. But each time you divide it up the finger points in a new direction…
16:20 | How do Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates, and the companies they founded, measure up in their green credentials?
10:47 | As the oceans absorb heat and sea levels rise, another less well known store of Carbon is being threatened, with potentially disastrous consequences.
5:24 | No matter how bad it gets, it’s never too late to make a difference, and stop climate change from getting even worse.
5:58 | As we usher in a new decade, two climate change questions need to be answered: what caused people to finally take action in 2019; and what will it take to start reducing global CO2 emissions?
5:04 | Four simple undeniable facts that have me worried.
14:32 | As yet another record breaking year of extreme weather events draws to a close, we take a look back at just a handful of examples from 2019.
17:01 | What if we took out more greenhouse gases than we put into the atmosphere? This scenario, known as “drawdown,” is our only hope of averting climate disaster, says strategist Chad Frischmann.
1:05:22 | Christiana Figueres and Chris Anderson | Witness the unveiling of Countdown, a major global campaign to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
27:48 | Dr. William Moomaw one of the 5 co-authors of the World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency explains the nature of the emergency, what we MUST be doing about it and the encouragement for diversified forest management.
4:22 | Why do we keep complaining if all life on Earth depends on CO2? Well the problem isn’t CO2… It’s us.
9:27 | A collection of 11,000 scientists from 153 countries has signed a declaration of climate emergency published in the journal BioScience.
6:51 | Filmen giver en kort introduktion til, hvad klima egentlig betyder. Den gennemgår kort klimaets udvikling på Jorden, og dets betydning for Jordens plante- og dyreliv og udviklingen af den menneskelige civilisation.
5:09 | If we stop emitting greenhouse gases is that the end of global warming? Not if we’ve passed a point of no return – a planetary tipping point. And if we’re not careful, things could end up even more messy than my skateboarding.
24:25 | Scientists warn that even if every country meets the emission cuts agreed in the Paris climate agreement in 2015, the world will still be three degrees warmer. The warnings have provoked millions of young people to protest world-wide.
8:36 | With short, simple answers, climate activist Greta Thunberg takes on questions from both Democrats and Republicans in a committee hearing on climate change.
10:32 | CBS News climate and weather contributor Jeff Berardelli joined CBSN to discuss the basic facts underlying the issue.
1:17:48 | Grundig gennemgang af klimakrisen og hvor vi står lige nu. In English.
10:34 | Wake up, Freak Out – Then Get a Grip. A short animated film by Leo Murray. In Danish.
4:41 | With Jon Gertner.
3:36 | With so much record breaking heat, how do we talk about climate change without sounding like a broken record?!
14:02 | A methane burst from the East Siberian Arctic Shelf could happen at any time and needs only a trigger. That’s the conclusion of the world’s leading research scientist in that region – Natalia Shakhova.
1:12:51 | Climate, disasters, and other shocks put hard-won progress at risk of crumbling. Anticipating these challenges can help to preserve gains and prevent domino effect collapse.
7:28 | Institutions around the world are calling on global leaders to address climate change before it’s too late, but after years of waiting, has that time already passed?
1:57:52 | George Monbiot talks with Natalie Fee about XR, Climate emergency, community, education, youth uprising, mental health, building community, ecology, rewilding, planting trees, carbon off setting, capitalism and lots more!
12:31 | Global Warming and Climate Change have two well known culprits : Energy and Transport. But there are two more co-conspirators contributing catastrophically to the crisis. Those partners are Land Use and Intensive Livestock Farming.
1:39 | Bar chart race: the countries with the largest cumulative CO2 emissions since 1750.
15:37 | We look at a new report just out from the International Renewable Energy Agency, which provides a stark assessment of what’s required.
49:32 | A documentary that gives thinker and writer Paul Kingsnorth the time to explain how humanity still can be hopeful although the battle against climate change in his eyes has been lost.
39:49 | This film shows you the central shocking secrets about the global climate crisis – but also solutions we already have to avoid disaster.
4:56 | ClimateAdam breaks down why such rapid climate change is inevitably a bad thing. He also just breaks down.
11:12 | Michael Mann joins David Pakman to discuss predicting the effects of climate change.
5:18 | How will climate change transform the world over the next 81 years? Will we rise to the challenge, or be overwhelmed by global warming by the year 2100?
3:28 | Stopping climate change doesn’t have to stop at stopping climate change. Join me as I imagine a future that is a bit brighter than today, and not just because we don’t have to worry about global warming.
13:22 | Climate and Environmental Crisis. That’s the message of a new report published this week by the Institute of Public Policy Research in the UK.
11:12 | “The climate crisis has already been solved. We already have all the facts and solutions,” Greta Thunberg says. “All we have to do is to wake up and change.”
6:53 | Examining short- and long-term risks of global warming methane “time bomb”. Scientists explain the evidence.
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