Climate and ecology are inextricably linked. Both are now in great peril. If we do not tackle those challenges with co-ordinated efforts then we stand far less chance of solving either of them. This holistic [More]
This appears even more important given the effects of the pandemic over the last year. It has been like a grand awakening. He offers a considered thought on what we can do together to make [More]
Wikipedia reports: Dr Damon Matthews of Concordia University Canada, the Climate Science and Sustainabilty Research Chair reports on how you can see the effects of Climate change in Canada in the last few years. Without [More]
Sabine Hossenfelder brilliantly explains the physics behind the earth’s climate. Her dry humour and high intelligence make this exceptional and enables anyone to understand what’s going on and helps you to get to grips yourself [More]
The brilliantly erudite Simon Webb of History Debunked shares his knowledge of climate change records pre 1980 when modern records began and poses the question why those records which showed the earth COOLING are eradicated [More]
A new United Nations science report warned that the effects of climate change are growing faster and more severe than expected. It cited hunger, disease, poverty and other ills made worse by a warming planet [More]
In 1701 there were approximately 600 million people on the planet, today there are an estimated 7.8 billion people. By 2050 that figures is expected to go up by 2 billion taking us to a [More]
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From The Economist, this enthralling explanation of what 3 degrees of global warming could mean to us on planet Earth.
Businesses around the world are taking climate action offering innovative and practical eco-friendly products and solutions as well as taking steps to reduce their carbon footprint. http://www.siemens.com/decarbonization
Roger Wolens interview at NSBRC at the Green Apple Awards for the Bullt Emvironment and Architectural Heritage 2013.
Few places on Earth are as remote as the German research facility Neumayer Station III. The scientists who work at this outpost in Antarctica are studying the effects of climate change — under extreme conditions. [More]
Former Irish President, Mary Robinson, speaks about the fate the human race is now facing
Climate change includes both global warming driven by human-induced emissions of greenhouse gases and the resulting large-scale shifts in weather patterns.
One Earth is an environmental short film that I created and edited to help raise awareness about us, humans, and how our activites strongly impact our environment and participate to climate change. Romain Pennes
Full Length Climate Engineering Documentary ( Geoengineering Watch )https://www.GeoengineeringWatch.org