KlimaTV – Klimakrisen
7:52 | Climate action is speeding up — and we each have the power to push that transformation forward.
15:20 | Is our short-term thinking risking the future prosperity and possibly even survival of our descendants? Many scientists say very emphatically yes!
11:45 | Vi har talt med hovedforfatteren til den seneste rapport fra FN’s Klimapanel om den globale opvarmning, klimaforsker Sebastian Mernild.
12:13 | Are we actually doomed as some commentators suggest, or is there any way at all that we can drag ourselves out of our self inflicted train wreck?
45:20 | The story of how one man cost us a world with less than 2°C of warming in 1989. This is a follow-up video to Global Warming: An Inconvenient History, going into much more detail of events from 1979 to 1989.
12:51 | There are still more than 1200 different future pathways outlined in the latest IPPC report. Now a team of journalists and scientists has assessed those pathways to find out if any of them is genuinely achievable.
8:44 | Hvorfor taler klimaaktivister og forskere så alarmerende, som de gør?
13:47 | Tune into this episode of Weathered to see where we’ve been in our race against the clock, where we’re going, and how the RCP scenarios can help us understand this story as well as our future on this planet.
12:48 | More and more mainstream organisations now say our politicians have already failed, and that average global temperature increases higher than 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels are now inevitable. So, who are we to believe?
8:09 | One part of the atmosphere has been cooling down for the past few decades and it provides a smoking gun evidence for what is behind the climate crisis. Let’s talk about where that is, and why that is.
18:25 | King Charles III has been outspoken on environmental issues like global warming for years. So how do the words in his speeches compare to what we know about the climate crisis?
14:00 | There are no silver bullets in the fight against climate change — but there are some blindingly obvious solutions that wouldn’t hurt anybody.
11:36 | “How much more damage do we have to endure before we realize that it’s cheaper to save this planet than to ruin it?”
12:05 | Using 4000 or so markers we visualize the human impact on climate change during the last 70 years.
9:57 | “Cutting methane is the single fastest, most effective opportunity to reduce climate change risks in the near term,” says atmospheric scientist Ilissa Ocko.
8:03 | Climate action can be a vehicle to deliver dignity, opportunity and equality for all.
14:07 | I made some 2021 climate change predictions in a video this January, so let’s see how I did!
15:41 | A net-zero future is possible, but first we need to flip a mental switch to truly understand that we can stop the climate crisis if we try.
15:41 | A net-zero future is possible, but first we need to flip a mental switch to truly understand that we can stop the climate crisis if we try, says Nobel laureate Al Gore.
5:52 | This is the climate challenge we face: we need to go from putting 55 billion metric tons of greenhouse gases into the air each year to zero.
13:36 | Methane is a molecule that causes a bit of a conundrum: On the one hand, it’s a fuel that burns cleaner than coal or oil. On the other hand, it’s a greenhouse gas that’s 86 times more potent than carbon dioxide.
6:56 | In The Breakdown: Episode 1, we kick off the series with a big picture look at the history of our planet.
3:34 | How close are we to a climate tipping point?
24:08 | Degrees of Uncertainty is an animated data-driven documentary about climate science, uncertainty, and knowing when to trust the experts.
14:24 | Global greenhouse emissions dropped by 7% in 2020, for reasons that we all understand only too well. As we approach the half way mark in 2021…
9:26 | This video talks about how clouds interact with climate – what happens when we warm the planet, and will clouds act as a positive or a negative feedback?
10:40 | Climate Change comes into sharp focus in 2021 / 22.
5:42 | “Kur mod klimakaos” er baseret på NOAHs klimahandlingsplaner, der er lavet som et kritisk modspil til regeringens klimalov.
4:49 | I hoped you enjoyed what can only be described as an extremely loose two minutes. Thanks for sticking around for however long you did.
14:56 | Existing cooling systems cause the atmosphere to warm even faster through CO2 emissions and refrigerant chemicals that are thousands of times more powerful as greenhouse gases. So what can we do to square the circle?
10:35 | The reflectivity of snow and ice at the poles, known as the albedo effect, is one of Earth’s most important cooling mechanisms.
8:44 | Global warming is altering Earth’s weather patterns dramatically. A warmer atmosphere absorbs more water vapor, which in turn traps more heat and warms the planet further in an accelerating feedback loop.
10:54 | Permafrost, an icy expanse of frozen ground covering one-quarter of the Northern Hemisphere, is thawing. As it does, microscopic animals are waking up and feeding on the previously frozen carbon stored in plant and animal remains, releasing heat-trapping gases as a byproduct.
14:09 | The world’s forests are responsible for removing a quarter of all human carbon emissions from the atmosphere and are essential for cooling the planet.
13:09 | Fossil fuel emissions from human activity are driving up Earth’s temperature — yet something else is at work: the warming has set in motion nature’s own feedback loops which are raising temperatures even higher.
7:45 | Johan Rockström shows how nine out of the 15 big biophysical systems that regulate the climate are at risk of reaching tipping points, which could make Earth uninhabitable for humanity.
10:56 | Climate change can be overwhelming. It is the biggest challenge currently facing the world. So here are five books that you can read to understand it better.
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.
41:13 | Kan løsningen af både klimakrisen og biodiversitetskrisen gå hånd i hånd? Eller er vi nødt til at prioritere den ene krise højere end den anden? Afslutningsdebat fra Klimatelt 2020.
38:26 | Debat om den grønne omstilling, bæredygtighed, forholdet mellem klimakrisen og biodiversitetskrisen og mellem politiske og individuelle initiativer. Med Selma De Montgomery Nørgård, Birgitte Baadegaard og Mickey Gjerris.
2:44 | We rigged up this bucket to show how 2020’s carbon emissions can hang around for a long time.
1:32:44 | ENDGAME 2050 gives us a glimpse into that future, and it does not look good. Featuring musician Moby along with leading scientists.
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?
5:21 | Carbon dioxide and air pollution emissions are plummeting in 2020. But could fewer aerosols mean more global warming?