14:35 | Arctic sea ice is disappearing faster than we thought!
18:38 | What do Jaden Smith, Harrison Ford, Beyoncé, Jane Fonda and Prince William have in common? That’s right – they’ve all spoken out about climate change, of course!
11:10 | And what the 2020 US election means for climate change.
41:04 | In this video I discuss the relative role nuclear power will play in our future. In short: it’s complicated. But nuclear isn’t essential, merely very useful.
22:13 | The scientific consensus on human-caused global warming has been a fierce topic for decades. To understand why, you need to know the history of consensus.
12:31 | Smart grids delivering renewable energy across continents will require extremely long electricity transmission distances. China is tackling the issue by switching from AC to DC power and ramping up the output to 1.1 million volts.
4:07 | Fathoming the forces that determine global sea levels can be daunting. We present a guide to the basics of ocean surface topography.
27:29 | You can summarize climate change in just ten words: it’s real, it’s us, experts agree, it’s bad, there’s hope. Climate change misinformation is like a bizarro world version of this.
13:38 | Today we’ll have a brief talk about man-made climate change the scientific consensus surrounding it.
13:22 | Lithium recycling wasn’t considered important ten years ago when fewer than 60,000 electric vehicles were sold worldwide. But today…
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.
25:42 | With two thirds of our planet covered by sea, maybe it’s time to look to the horizon for our future energy needs. Are floating wind farms the answer?
28:25 | Germany needs wind power if it is going to meet its climate goals, and successfully transition from nuclear and coal power to renewable energy. But the construction of wind turbines has been stalling.
14:58 | Perovskite can give a big boost to the performance of existing solar cell technology. We take a look at how it works.
28:45 | Space shades are often touted as our last hope if our climate change situation gets too out of control.
5:25 | Little kids are bad at delayed gratification. But unfortunately so are adults.
12:22 | Ultimately, 100% renewable fossil-fuel-free energy is not only possible but necessary to mitigate the worst effects of climate change.
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.
15:50 | Dramatic cost reductions, improved efficiencies, and a plethora of new innovations in how to store energy that can be delivered into the grid over long durations have all contributed towards a rapidly changing energy market.
12:17 | When we begin to see ourselves as constituents, workers, students, friends it’s clear that consumer choices are but one tool in our toolbox.
11:37 | Global Green Recovery seems to be the buzz phrase exciting journalists and Social Media types in many parts of the world right now…
29:08 | In this talk, Johan Rockström is giving an overview about the climate crisis and it’s consequences.
16:16 | This week we consider the pros and cons of Small Modular Reactors.
4:58 | The Thwaites Glacier, in West Antarctica, has retreated more than 14 kilometers in the last two decades as warm ocean water undermines it. It’s why scientists are racing to find out how close it is to total collapse.
21:39 | The extraction, and the resulting pollution from most energy sources has an immense impact on the environment, and that’s why we’ve got to talk about energy in the context of environmental science.
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.
42:26 | Sea levels are rising faster and faster, threatening 700 million people who live on the world’s coasts. Will water become the habitat of the future?
10:45 | Vi har talt om Klimaloven med den lokale klimaaktivist Henrik Pedersen fra Mellemfolkeligt Samvirke.
15:44 | Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion, or OTEC, takes advantage of the sun’s heating of the ocean to produce clean energy. It’s pretty cool.
15:59 | Let’s take a trip to a few biomes and compare what climate looks like around the world.
13:11 | This design that utilises tried and tested components that have been reimagined and re-engineered to perform a vital function for electricity grids, now and in the future.
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.
28:16 | Climate change is leaving its mark on Morocco’s oases, too. Sandstorms are becoming more and more frequent, groundwater levels are sinking and palm trees are shrivelling up and dying. An age-old way of life is in danger.
15:52 | Jair Bolsonaro took power in Brazil in October 2018. Since that time he has waged a relentless war on one of the most delicate and essential ecosystems on the planet.
30:23 | Are we headed for a Grand Solar Minimum?
26:12 | It’s like buying credit in the world’s carbon bank: carbon offsetting is paying towards schemes that reduce greenhouse gases. Is it helpful – or a convenient way of greenwashing our pollution?
28:36 | Debunking myths about Climate Change is a crucial factor in closing the gap between public and scientific consensus. The good news is that the gap is narrowing quickly.
6:49 | Kan Odense gå foran i kampen mod den globale opvarmning og blive Klima og CO2 Neutral i 2030?
14:20 | ‘Focusing on the work of Extinction Rebellion, and with contributions from journalists, activists and academics, the film is an insightful look at political communication in the era of the protest.’
17:14 | Cobalt has become an important ingredient in the batteries powering much of today’s technology. Most of it comes from the mines of the DRC in Africa…
3:49 | Per Gundersen er haveejer og professor ved Skov, natur og biomasse på Københavns Universitet. Han har formået at optage over 6 tons CO2 i haven og har samtidig intet haveaffald.
42:25 | How high will the oceans rise due to climate change? The projections are the subject of dispute, with scientists continually correcting their estimates upward.
6:36 | Modstanden mod 230 km gasrør med CO2 forurenende naturgas fra Norge til Polen fortsætter.
11:49 | Den globale opvarmning og de igangværende klimaforandringer lader sig ikke påvirke af Corona. Men det gør klimaminister Dan Jørgensen og den socialdemokratiske regering.
7:19 | Climate activists talk a lot about following “the science” around climate change. What actually is the science and how is it calculated?
2:44 | We rigged up this bucket to show how 2020’s carbon emissions can hang around for a long time.
6:26 | Stop for brug af kul på Fynsværket i 2022 svarer til at 200.000 elbiler erstatter det samme antal CO2-forurenende benzin- og dieselbiler hvert år fremover.
13:09 | Australia’s vast land mass, almost constant sun and wind, and access to an array of minerals and resources really does make it the ideal location for large scale hydrogen production powered by renewable technologies.
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