KlimaTV – Økonomi
25:44 | In a blistering talk, Nobel Laureate Al Gore looks at the two main obstacles to climate solutions and gives his view of how we might actually solve the environmental crisis in time.
12:17 | What if we could solve the climate and housing crises at the same time?
6:30 | Since 2009, the price of solar energy has come down by 90 percent. That’s no accident. It’s the result of policy interventions from the US to Germany to China.
36:25 | Through TED Talks and conversations featuring scientists, CEOs, activists, politicians, artists, frontline community leaders, investors and more, this film offers a 360-degree view of carbon credits.
7:35 | This is the incredible story of how a nationalised oil and gas company, from the tiny nation of Denmark, became a renewable electricity powerhouse in just seven years.
10:25 | Yuval Noah Harari makes the case that preventing ecological cataclysm will not require the major global disruptions many fear and explains that we already have the resources we need — it’s just a matter of shifting our priorities.
5:55 | At a time of climate pledges and promises, globally our governments still spend three times more public money on subsidising fossil fuels than renewable energy. Why is this?
10:25 | Al Gore explains how the financial interests of fossil fuel companies have blocked the policymaking process in key countries — and calls for a global epiphany to take on the climate crisis.
11:30 | Climate tech investor Gabriel Kra offers five big reasons to be optimistic about climate — starting with the fact that many of the world’s best minds are focused and working on building a clean future for all.
50:07 | America Ferrera journeys to Illinois to shed light on the US’ controversial dependence on coal plants. Sigourney Weaver explores China’s explosive economic growth and the impact it is having on the environment on a global scale.
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.
55:10 | In episode seven, three stories provide insight into the economic costs and opportunities of global warming.
9:57 | The financial sector often talks of decarbonizing investment portfolios as a way to fight climate change. But portfolios can be “cleaned” without having any real impact on the problem.
13:50 | Fossil fuels are inextricably linked to our everyday lives and it’ll be impossible to phase them out in the next three decades. At least that’s what the fossil fuel industry would have you believe.
10:22 | The Banking on Climate Chaos report has revealed the banking sector’s atrocious financing of the fossil fuel industry.
6:06 | Do cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin amount to climate arson or a clean-energy boon? Well, it’s complicated.
11:37 | Would you pay two percent more for the carbon-neutral version of the products you buy and use every day?
48:25 | Bill Gates identifies the breakthroughs and investments we need to reduce the cost of clean tech, decarbonize the economy and create a pathway to a clean and prosperous future for all.
23:56 | In this video we compare energy production by the Levelized Cost of Energy, or LCOE – the formula that will determine our energy future.
25:54 | A new generation of investors wants to force businesses to become environmentally-friendly. Even climate conservationists know that money talks, but can green investments really save the world?
6:58 | Climate Economics, episode 7. Curious to what feminist economics brings? And how this can help with the problems occurring from climate change? Watch this video and find out!
Climate Economics, episode 6. Neoclassical Economics imposed itself over the past decades as the core of mainstream economics, largely influencing academia and policy making.
Climate Economics, episode 5. In this video the role of institutions, and demand driven fiscal and monetary policies in the fight against the climate crisis is unfolded.
7:13 | Climate Economics, episode 4. What are the key insights from complexity economics that allow for a better understanding of the climate crisis?
1:15:43 | Prof. Steve Keen joins Nucleus Investment Insights to discuss his work on the disastrous economics of climate change, in which he contends numerous errors have been made in calculating the economic effects of climate change.
5:51 | Climate Economics, episode 3. Behavioural economists Pr. Chen Li and Pr. Joël van der Weele give you a glimpse of the answers Behavioural economics offers to tackle climate change.
Climate Economics, episode 2. Renowned ecological economists Julia Steinberger and Giorgos Kallis give an introduction to the research field of ecological economics.
5:10 | Climate Economics, episode 1. Can pluralism in economics be useful to tackle the fight against climate change?
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.
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…
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.
37:56 | Se med når aktivister fra Global Aktion debatterer hvorfor der stadig er så stærk en myte om, at frihandel og vækst er godt for klimaet.
21:20 | Theresa Scavenius & Ejvind Larsen debatterer hvordan vi kommer videre efter coronaen med en samfundsøkonomi der ikke ødelægger miljø og klima – og hvordan vi kan leve på en klimavenlig måde.
16:20 | Samtale om klima og samfundsøkonomi med Anders Eldrup, Peter Birch Sørensen & Jørgen Steen Nielsen.
35:17 | Katherine Richardson fra Klimarådet og Nina Möger fra Ungeklimarådet inviterer klimaordførerne Tommy Ahlers (V) og Signe Munk (SF) ind til en snak om en grøn genstart af Danmark.
32:35 | I slipstrømmen på coronakrisen har vi set en lang række af forslag til genstart af dansk økonomi. IDA og Danmarks Naturfredningsforening er begge kommet med konkrete bud på, hvor vi skal sætte ind.
1:36:59 | Online lecture to undergraduate students.
12:02 | In this video we will explore the economic impacts of climate change both in terms of its potential consequences and the feasibility of the solutions.
Debat om grundlaget for William Nordhaus’ økonomiske modeller og de usikkerheder, der er forbundet med at vurdere økonomiske konsekvenser af klimaproblemerne.
4:20 | Despite the headlines, stopping climate change will cost a lot of money and energy. But even so, the benefits are more than worth it.
30:51 | Popular models for the effects of climate change human welfare usually focus on its long-term economic impacts — but often leave out its impact on human mortality.
9:07 | With the advent of competitively priced alternatives to oil and changing policy prerogatives, some analysts have speculated that oil demand will experience a peak in the near future.
11:23 | Anders Bodin præsenterer en uhyre simpel ligning, som beskriver sammenhængen mellem klimaforandringerne og det økonomiske system.
44:59 | In Doughnut economics by Kate Raworth, we see that markets are inefficient and growth is not the holy grail.
2:41 | With David Wallace-Wells.
Økonomi skal ikke vækste. Økonomi skal trives. Sådan siger den engelske Oxford-økonom, Kate Raworth, som er blevet kendt for sin model af doughnut-økonomien.
57:59 | Featuring Billy Pizer, Duke University: November 2018.
15:53 | What would a sustainable, universally beneficial economy look like? “Like a doughnut,” says Oxford economist Kate Raworth.