Slavestorms – Aug 25, 2008
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Ytak – Jun 9, 2015
Dr. Albert A. Bartlett Professor Emeritus Department of Physics University of Colorado, Boulder
Facing Future – Dec 15, 2016
This ClimateMatters.TV show, from COP-22 in Morocco, deals with the thorny issue of population. It asks the question, “How can we avoid catastrophic climate change without addressing our booming population?” It by no means is a complete discussion of the huge subject. But it brings up several interesting perspectives worth thinking about and acting upon.
The world today welcomed the eight billionth inhabitant. The UN chief, Antonio Guterres, said this was an occasion to celebrate.
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The Global Carbon Project is a Global Research Project of Future Earth and a research partner of the World Climate Research Programme. It was formed to work with the international science community to establish a common and mutually agreed knowledge base to support policy debate and action to slow down and ultimately stop the increase of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
The overwhelming realization that anthropogenic climate change is a reality has focused the attention of the scientific community, policymakers and the general public on the rising atmospheric concentrations of the main greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), and nitrous oxide (N2O). The GCP has approached this challenge by focusing comprehensively on the global biogeochemical cycles which govern these three greenhouse gases, including their natural and human drivers, and opportunities for low carbon pathways.
Attempts through the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, first with its Kyoto Protocol and now with the Paris Agreement, are underway to stabilize the climate system which requires achieving a balance between sources and sinks of greenhouse gases.
The Global Carbon Project was established in 2001 by a shared partnership between the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP), the International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP), the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) and Diversitas. This partnership constituted the Earth Systems Science Partnership (ESSP) which subsequently evolved into Future Earth.
The Carbon Budget 2022 is available for download in two formats, PDF, and PowerPoint.
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Smith School experts reflect on COP27 and take stock of progress. Discussions cover the role of carbon removal; carbon offsetting; gold standards for net zero; the changing role of multi-lateral institutions; and nature-based solutions.
Chaired by Dr Anupama Sen this insightful session features Smith School Director Professor Cameron Hepburn, Dr Steve Smith, Dr Sugandha Srivastav and Alexis McGivern.
Jul 15, 2020
Burger King plans to cut livestock methane emissions with the help of a lemon grass enhanced diet which is explained by the kids in the music video featuing “the biggest little star in country music,” 11-year-old Mason Ramsey.
The music video is conceptualized by the Ad agency We Believers and Partisan Pictures director Michel Gondry.
Agency: We Believers. City / Country: New York / USA. Chief Creative Officer: Gustavo Lauria Group Creative Director: Santiago Luna Lupo Head of Art: Diego Grandi Copywriter: Gustavo Lauria, Santiago Luna Lupo Art Director: Diego Grandi Lyrics: Gustavo Lauria, Steve Mudd Head of Production: Marcia Jaes Head of Planning: Marco Vega Head of Client Services: Jose Quijano Account Supervisor: Juan Cano Creative Coordinator: Rocio Fernandez Sasso
Production Company: Partizan Pictures Director: Michel Gondry Director of Photography: Shawn Kim Managing Director |Executive producer: Lisa Tauscher Head of Production: Kelly Martin Producer: Raffi Adlan Production Designer: Maxwell Orgell 1st AD: Andy Coffing Choreographer: Mandy Moore
Editorial: Final Cut LA Editor: Jeff Buchannan 2nd Editor: Diego Panich
Post Production: The Mill LA Creative Director / VFX Supervisor: Glyn Tebbutt Senior VFX Producer: Erin Hicke
Music & Music Publisher: Pickle Music NY Composer: Alexis Estiz Lyrics: Gustavo Lauria, Steve Mudd Sound Designer: Jacob Bloomfield-Mirsrach, Biijan Sharifi, Dario Calcequi Executive Producer: Alexis Estiz Producer: Lia Mitchell, Courtney Jenkins Performer: Mason Ramsey
Research Team: PhD. Octavio A. Castelán-Ortega PhD. Ermias Kebreab
Nov 17, 2022
UNESCO is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the World Heritage Convention, the text which launched the list of World Heritage sites. Now ratified by 194 countries, the list features more than 1,100 sites, from the Machu Picchu in Peru to the Acropolis of Athens in Greece. FRANCE 24’s Andrew Hilliar reports.
Nov 13, 2022
For 27 years, the United Nations has held annual gatherings of world leaders to discuss how to combat climate change. Yet progress towards the goal of stopping global warming has been elusive, and this year’s summit is happening against the backdrop of host country Egypt’s record of human rights abuses. Sarah Kaplan, climate reporter for the Washington Post, joins Ali Rogin to discuss.
Nov 15, 2022
World leaders are descending on the Egyptian resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh for this year’s UN climate change conference. And COP27’s host, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, is hoping the event will earn him legitimacy on an international stage despite his ongoing crackdown on political dissidents.