This brilliant expose of the size of Antartica and its importance to us on the earth and the dangers to us it poses should it melt. Given all the warnings of the recent heating of [More]
From ABC, this report at the center of the most dangerous fire that humankind faces – the destruction of ‘the lungs of the earth’.
Nils-Axel Morner, a former head of the Paleo-Geophysics and Geodynamics Department in Stockholm, says a new solar-driven cooling period for the Earth is ‘not far off’. From Sky News Australia18 June 2019
Global warming could do more than just melt polar ice. It could change our maps, and displace people from cities and tropical islands. National Geographic Published on 18 May 2007
Climate change is the biggest threat facing humanity today and yet our political systems refuse to move quickly enough to do anything about it. It threatens to undo all the gains that have been made [More]
Although the world’s forty-eight, UN-designated “Least Developed Countries” (LDCs) account for less than 1% of the emissions that are responsible for climate change, they suffer more than 34% of the world’s deaths linked to climate [More]
Professionally produced for The Heartland Institute, this 20-minute video features interviews with leading climate scientists who spoke at the Third International Conference on Climate Change in Washington, DC. 10 years ago this was published denying [More]
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Dr. Steffen has been monitoring the melting of the Greenlandic Ice Sheet for over 25 years through a series of remote unmanned data collection stations. His work is funded by NASA, the National Science Foundation [More]
Complete and slightly edited interview footage with Richard Manning in 2005, in preparation for the feature-length documentary What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire, from Timothy S. Bennett and Sally Erickson.
Climate scientists rarely speak publicly about their personal views. But in the wake of some extreme weather events in Australia, the specialists who make predictions about our climate reveal they’re experiencing sometimes deep anxieties. ABC [More]