KlimaTV – Konsekvenser (blandet)

Tourism in times of climate change

Tourism in times of climate change

28:25 | Extreme weather is affecting the whole world – and climate change certainly doesn’t stop at popular vacation destinations. Where is tourism accelerating climate change? And where could tourism provide an opportunity?

Climate change in Florida

Climate change in Florida

12:25 | The coastal waters off Florida’s dream beaches are becoming a nightmare: Temperatures have topped 37 degrees Celsius, killing corals. The extremely high water temperatures are a consequence of both climate change and the weather phenomenon known as El Niño.

Climate change – Averting catastrophe

Climate change – Averting catastrophe

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.

The melting ice of the Arctic (1/2)

The melting ice of the Arctic (1/2)

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.

Can we stop ice sheets from melting?

Can we stop ice sheets from melting?

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?

The Doomsday Glacier Is Collapsing…Who Is Most at Risk?

The Doomsday Glacier Is Collapsing…Who Is Most at Risk?

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.

Unheard Voices

Unheard Voices

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.

A World Without Ice

A World Without Ice

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.

The sound of dying ice

The sound of dying ice

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.

Klimakrisen fører mange problemer med sig: Oversvømmelser, vandmangel, skovbrande og ekstremvejr samt øget pres på mange dyre- og plantearter. For blot at nævne nogle af dem.