KlimaTV – Kreative indslag
1:40 | This Valentine’s Day, we look at CO₂ levels over the “City of Love” itself, Paris! Learn how NASA’s satellites track these data and keep us informed about one of our biggest crushes: Earth.
10:31 | When he learned of the threat that rising sea levels posed to his coastal hometown of Miami, Florida, eco-artist Xavier Cortada founded a movement around beautifully designed elevation markers highlighting the risk of flood damage.
9:46 | With artists MyVerse and Kristen Warren as an inspiring opening act, social entrepreneur Samir Ibrahim suggests hip-hop and its stars can help us move from talking about the problem to rapping about (and acting on) solutions.
0:47 | Global warming isn’t uniform around the planet. This visualization shows global temperature changes per latitude zone from 1880 to 2021, illustrating that the Arctic is warming much faster than other regions.
1:10 | This visualization shows monthly global temperature anomalies (changes from an average) between the years 1880 and 2021.
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.
3:45 | The Government™ has made an ad about Net Zero by 2050 and it’s surprisingly honest and informative.
3:48 | The Australian Government has made an ad for the COP26 UN Climate Summit, and it’s surprisingly honest and informative.
4:44 | The Australien Government has made an ad about Carbon Capture and Storage, and it’s surprisingly honest and informative.
10:12 | Coming to us from 60 years in the future, legendary sci-fi writer Kim Stanley Robinson tells the “history” of how humanity ended the climate crisis and restored the damage done to Earth’s biosphere.
16:37 | Because who said climate policy can’t be chill.
24:08 | Degrees of Uncertainty is an animated data-driven documentary about climate science, uncertainty, and knowing when to trust the experts.
2:04 | Vi står i en hidtil uset global nødsituation.
1:23:36 | This evening of climate comedy brought to you by Inside the Greenhouse at the University of Colorado.
24:53 | Life size skeletons, samba drummers, banner printing and painting the streets, all in preparation for a two week long uprising that shut central London down.
9:50 | 14 December 2019 – Razorlight play ‘America’ surrounded by rebels at the Electric Brixton, London.
5:50 | Artist Jane Mutiny paints a mural for Extinction Rebellion as part of the ‘paint the streets’ action.
5:20 | December 1st marks the beginning of Extinction Rebellion’s 12 Days of Crisis.
7:15 | You cannot solve the crisis without treating it as a crisis.
2:10 | The Government made an ad about climate change as we head into the third decade of the 21st century, and it’s surprisingly honest and informative.
10:40 | Music festivals have a role to play in our response to the climate crisis. On a simple level, music festivals have significant carbon footprints, and efforts to mitigate them are necessary.
6:43 | Dry graphs and science jargon don’t cut it with most audiences. Here are 4 scientists – each with a different approach to creative, fun, insightful climate communication.
2:22 | The Australian Government has made an ad about its Climate Change Policy and it’s surprisingly honest and informative!
2:00 | The globe is warming, but that doesn’t mean there’s no time for romance. ClimateAdam & ClimateMadam exchange climate change valentines in this heart warming romantic comedy.
2:59 | Climate change is not just an existential threat to be overcome, it’s an opportunity for humans to unite around a common cause.
2:34 | On the occasion of COP 21, the artists Olafur Eliasson and Minik Rosing brought 12 blocks of ice, harvested from free-floating icebergs in a fjord outside Nuuk, Greenland, to Place du Panthéon, Paris.
3:44 | September 20, 2014, United Nations General Assembly and Secretariat buildings lit up on Saturday night in a revolutionary call for climate action.
3:49 | Musikalsk opfordring til at gøre noget ved klimaproblemerne. Featuring Bill Nye, David Attenborough, Richard Alley and Isaac Asimov.
2:52 | During Beyond Kyoto and Aarhus CO2030 the citizens of Aarhus could express their commitment to a better climate using a large-scale interactive media facade.
2.30 | Klimakaossang skrevet til klimabevægelsens første demo.
5:49 | BIKE’N BLEND er en ombygget Christianiacykel, der er lavet om til en bæredygtig og mobil smoothiefabrik – bygget af produktdesigner Simon Kolff.
1:49 | Jeppe Læssøe præsenterer bæredygtighedsspillet ökolopoly; et tysk brætspil fra 1980, der var super populært i slutfirserne.
22.35 | Super flot teaterstykke af eleverne på Vester Skerninge friskole.
8:26 | Moder Jord fyrer den af på Orange Scene og interviewer festivaldeltagere om klima.
3:39 | Flaske Drengene er et nyt band der kun spiller på brugte flasker.
6:39 | Al Gore finally accepts Lord Monckton’s challenge to a highly uncivilized debate over the issue of anthropogenic climate change.
3:39 | This is the behind the scenes of the infamous Copenhagen “Art Space”, where many of the visuals for the youth movement got made during COP15.