The greatest threat, facing our country and all of humanity.
Over last few weeks we’ve gotten a glimpse of what this dystopian future could look like. The unprecedented forest fires in Quebec, preceded by massive fires in Nova Scotia, British Columbia and Alberta, have resulted in dangerously unhealthy air all across the United States.
Emerging Tipping Points in Antarctica
Antarctica currently has very little sea ice – the lowest ever recorded. What are the causes and likely consequences of this reduction? Host Ade Adepitan speaks to CCAG experts Professor Nerilie Abram, Sir David King, and Professor Lorraine Whitmarsh, as well as our guests senior research scientist Ted Scambos and sea ice expert Dr Petra Heil.
'We're looking at Billions of People not being able to Survive' | Peter Carter, Expert IPCC Reviewer
Peter Carter, M.D. and Roger Hallam discuss the science and ethics with regards to climate emergency for all of us struggling to understand what's actually going on, what needs to happen and what we need to do.
Best Earth animated global warming projections
From the Washington Post this is the very best animation (and stills) of global warming regional temperature increases at 1.5°C and 2°C, including the Arctic
Four ways climate change will destroy our civilisation
In recent years people have been warning that if we carry on as we are with climate change, it will eventually cause the collapse of our civilisation.
The Doomsday Glacier Is Collapsing…Who Is Most at Risk?
Sea level rise is a problem that is garnishing increasing attention among both scientists and the media. And as climate change continues to warm the earth, the current rate of 1.4 inches per decade is projected to increase, with NOAA predicting another foot of sea-level rise along US coastlines by 2050.
The Antropocene: Where on Earth are we going by Will Steffen.
Will Steffen, an Earth System scientist, is a Councillor on the Climate Council of Australia that delivers independent expert information about climate change. On Tuesday, February 22, he gave the lecture "The Anthropocene: Where on Earth we are going", as part of the Europaeum Winter School held at UPF.