KlimaTV – Konsekvenser (blandet)
12:44 | A new research paper has analysed the fundamental long term changes in the way heat is carried into the Arctic Ocean from the much warmer Pacific and Atlantic oceans. And it’s not great news!
10:41 | Megafires, or fires that burn more than 100,000 acres, are becoming more frequent worldwide, wreaking havoc on landscapes and communities — and fire experts say the problem is only going to get worse.
1:25:56 | The film team visits climate rescuers in Sudan, Indonesia and Europe. 65,000 acacias are growing in Darfur: a blessing for the bitterly poor region, as well as a carbon dioxide reservoir that can help limit global warming.
28:25 | Woodlands are crucial for life. But today more than ever, they’re threatened by devastating blazes. Heat and drought are fueling the flames. In Europe it’s no longer only the southern countries that are worst affected – the north is, too.
12:38 | Research now shows that cooling in the upper layers could be jeopardising satellite orbits and opening up a new ozone hole above the arctic. So what’s going on?
6:10 | Africa has ambitious plans to build a 8,000 km long wall of vegetation across the the Sahara desert.
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.
12:03 | The AMOC system has been weakening for decades and it is likely to grind to a halt at some point in the not too distant future, with profound effects on our planetary systems. So, can we do anything about it?
35:00 | Bram Vermeulen travels to the town of Ilulissat and the nearby ice fjords. Climate change has totally turned the lives of Greenlanders upside down.
12:25 | There’s been no proper rainfall in southern Madagascar for seven years. The ground is arid, people are suffering from hunger and thirst. The UN says this is the first hunger crisis directly caused by climate change. But is that really the case?
12:14 | Using Vienna, Austria’s gender-equal urban planning program as a model for how women can be included in every step of building a green economy, Sqalli offers solutions for advancing both sustainability and gender equality – at the same time.
12:56 | The arctic region is a key driver of global climate patterns. This video assesses four peer reviewed research papers, published in the summer of 2022.
13:41 | Melting ice sheets are the biggest danger to sea level rise. But researchers are investigating whether there could be a way to stop the flow of ice. Could these far-out ideas be worth it?
25:55 | The word Himalaya means House of Snow, and is the second largest icecap outside the polar regions. But it is melting at the fastest rate in human history. Pakistan takes a bold bid to mitigate worsening climate change.
28:26 | Wildfires, drought, melting glaciers – the impact of climate change is clear to see. But what about the impact on our oceans?
12:50 | The most consequential tipping point, when it comes to sea-level rise, is Thwaites Glacier, also known as the Doomsday glacier. We also take a look at how America’s most at-risk city, Miami, is already experiencing the effects of sea-level rise today.
6:10 | Every year, ocean levels rise and high tides flood the low-lying Marshall Islands in the Pacific, destroying homes, salinating water supplies and disrupting livelihoods.
9:26 | We asked six experts where the safest, or least risky, places will be to live in the United States as the climate changes and weather becomes more extreme.
50:08 | Nikki Reed explores what some believe to be the ultimate solution: putting a price on carbon pollution. Aasif Mandvi travels to Kenya’s wildlife preserves to understand just how much of a threat climate change poses to endangered species.
50:07 | Joshua Jackson travels from Vancouver to the Great Barrier Reef to the small fishing villages of the Philippines to see firsthand the effects of manmade climate change on the world’s oceans.
50:07 | Tom Friedman investigates the increasing population of climate refugees flowing out of Africa, and Don Cheadle is on the ground in California, where the worst drought in 1,200 years is having devastating effects.
50:07 | Arnold Schwarzenegger sets out to explore the military’s relationship with a changing climate while supermodel and activist Gisele Bündchen travels to her home country of Brazil to explore the devastating decline of the country’s forests.
50:07 | Jack Black investigates if Miami and other low-lying coastal areas can survive the rising seas. Ian Somerhalder journeys to a blue hole off the coast of Cuba to investigate the future threat of superstorms.
57:58 | In the season finale, Michael C. Hall concludes his journey to Bangladesh. M. Sanjayan returns to address and question some of the top climate scientists. Thomas Friedman concludes the first season with an discussion of global climate change with President Barack Obama.
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.
52:52 | In episode three, MSNBC’s Chris Hayes shadows climate change denier, Republican Congressman Michael Grimm for a year in Staten Island and conservationist M. Sanjayan travels to the ends of the earth — including Christmas Island.
56:44 | In episode two, Harrison Ford continues his investigation into the global effects of the palm oil industry. Meanwhile, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger joins an elite team of wild-land firefighters.
58:11 | The series premiere of this globetrotting docu-series about the human impacts of climate change explores the devastating effects of extreme drought and deforestation.
12:52 | The country sized glaciers on Antarcticas outer edges have been receding for years, but now new research has shown the disintegration of Thwaites, or Doomsday, Glacier is accelerating fast.
13:36 | The unheard voices battered by climate change speak out from around the world – about the destruction they’ve experienced, what they fear is coming next, and what we can do to turn things around – if it’s not too late.
20:31 | Seat At The Table, Episode 9: I’m in the Isle of Sky with Jamal Edward and climate scientist Alun Hubbard to see the effects of climate change on glaciers and how fast it’s happening.
42:26 | Ice is melting around the world, with drastic consequences for humanity. One way scientists can work out just how fast it’s melting is by listening. The disappearing ice has its own sound.
20:23 | Seat At The Table, Episode 5: I’m in Cumbria and in Cape Town, South Africa, to look at the devastating impact of wildfires.
21:45 | Seat At The Table, Episode 4: The number of weather-related disasters has increased 5-fold over the past 50 years.
22:16 | Seat At The Table, Episode 1: The climate crisis is causing rising sea levels and nowhere is this more apparent than in the Isles of Scilly.
28:25 | Extreme weather is occurring more frequently worldwide. Rising sea levels and heavy rain are causing devastating floods. Most researchers agree that these are the consequences of climate change.
28:26 | Extreme weather is on the rise worldwide: heavy and severe rains, flash floods and landslides have also occurred in Germany. One study warns that seven times as many people will be threatened by flooding in the next 25 years.
40:11 | Dr. Barnabas Daru discusses the vital importance of seagrasses in maintaining the health of the oceans.
13:45 | Human activity hasn’t just lowered the amount of CO2 the Amazon region can store, it’s also kicked off numerous other feedback loops that are now tipping out of control.
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?
5:46 | Indigenous hunter and fisherman Jerry Ivanoff ventures from his home in Unalakleet, Alaska, to Nome to meet elders from other villages. In a major government report, they document radical changes in climate.
6:56 | Sea ice long protected coastal villages like Unalakleet, Alaska from devastating storms. But as it vanishes some residents there are relocating to the hills, including “Eskimo Ninja” Nick Hanson, who lost a training course he built with driftwood due to flooding.
13:56 | The consequences of climate change are already happening all over the world every day.
7:37 | In the After the Ice series, elders from villages in the Bering Sea region of Alaska share with Terra their observations of their melting world, how they’re adapting, and their vision for an uncertain future.
12:42 | Angela Mahecha Adrar explains why racial and economic justice must be at the center of climate action, and takes us to the frontline communities that are leading the world to clean, innovative and just climate solutions.
10:25 | Wet bulb temperature sounds almost comical, but the implications of it’s extremes could not be more serious.
12:04 | Our oceans have been absorbing carbon dioxide and heat energy from our warming atmosphere for decades. But we’re reaching a point where even those vast bodies of water are struggling to cope. So what next?
25:54 | Sand is overrunning Oltenia, a historical region in southern Romania. It’s getting hotter and drier, with sandstorms now reaching all the way to Bucharest. As they try to prevent the worst, environmentalists are turning to reforestation.