KlimaTV – Klimatopmøder

Kan Oliesheik redde Klimaet?

Kan Oliesheik redde Klimaet?

30:00 | Så er der taget hul på endnu et FN klimatopmøde COP28 i Dubai. Et topmøde hvor alle alarmklokker om den globale opvarmning, siger at det NU er alvor hvis man skal undgå de såkaldte ”tipping points”.

Klimatopmøde i 11te time

Klimatopmøde i 11te time

11:49 | Tænk sig hvis vi alvor havde taget fat i 90’erne, da vi fik klimakonventionen. Så havde vi ikke stået her i dag. Sagde klimatalsmand John Nordbo fra CARE efter have deltaget i det 27ende klimatopmøde i FN.

Are climate targets now pointless?

Are climate targets now pointless?

12:48 | More and more mainstream organisations now say our politicians have already failed, and that average global temperature increases higher than 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels are now inevitable. So, who are we to believe?

At COP26 With President Obama

At COP26 With President Obama

22:58 | Just what is COP26 all about? And what will make it a success? In this episode, I embark on the challenge of presenting our unheard voices at COP26.

COP26: I’m Finally Here

COP26: I’m Finally Here

20:36 | As I arrive in Glasgow for COP26 with glaciology professor Dr. Alun Hubbard, I’m looking back at the last 30 years to see what action – and inaction – has led to the mess we’re currently in.

Nigel Topping: 3 rules for a zero-carbon world

Nigel Topping: 3 rules for a zero-carbon world

12:35 | Nigel Topping shares three rules of radical collaboration that could positively disrupt the patterns of the global economy and help humanity tackle the world’s greatest threat: climate change.

The state of the climate crisis

The state of the climate crisis

4:26 | So far, only Gambia and Morocco are hitting their emission targets, while the biggest emitters are falling flat, or ignoring their goals entirely. How can we hold these countries accountable? Enter the Climate Action Tracker.

What is there still to negotiate??

What is there still to negotiate??

4:03 | The world may already have the Paris Climate Agreement, but any deal needs its rules. Negotiators are hammering out the final deals of the ‘Paris rulebook’. But even if they can agree, there’s still plenty more to be done.

The money to fight climate change

The money to fight climate change

4:12 | To stop global warming the world needs to cough up the cash. A big part of the negotiations in Katowice revolve around climate finance – the transfer of money from rich countries to poor.

Journey to COP24 in Katowice

Journey to COP24 in Katowice

4:15 | World leaders are meeting in Poland to tackle climate change at the 24th United Nations climate talks. ClimateAdam breaks COP24 down, and sets out on a voyage across Europe.

Why 2°C? The Range and the Risks

Why 2°C? The Range and the Risks

9:25 | Stefan Rahmstorf talks about the role of the Paris Agreement in 2015, why we need to aim higher if we want to keep global temperature increase at or below 2°C.

The inside story of the Paris climate agreement

The inside story of the Paris climate agreement

14:50 | When Christiana Figueres was tapped by the UN to lead the Paris climate conference (COP 21) in December 2015, she thought it would be impossible to bring the leaders of 195 countries into agreement on how to slow climate change.

Det lange spil om klimaet, Slutspil i Paris

Det lange spil om klimaet, Slutspil i Paris

14:47 | COP21 i Paris sluttede med en aftale, som udløste begejstring hos de deltagende parter. Men måske var begejstringen mest udtryk for, at det overhovedet lykkedes at få en aftale, som alle kunne skrive under på.

Arctic Ice Art displayed in Paris

Arctic Ice Art displayed in Paris

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.

På FN’s årlige COP-møder forsøger (nogle af) verdens stater at forpligte hinanden til at styrke deres klimapolitik. Der er mange modstridende interesser i spil. Derfor kan resultaterne variere kraftigt fra år til år.