Climate State is a hobby project, covering climate change, with the focus on the sciences. Climate State gathers knowledge about the broad spectrum of climate change with the scope to help increase understanding and awareness about the growing threat of dangerous climate change since around 2010.
We want to encourage the fast paced deployment of solutions, i.e. carbon sequestration with Biochar, transitioning to a low carbon economy, fast deployment of electric vehicle transportation together with a robust smart energy grid, and critically make polluters pay by taxing CO2.
Views expressed in content on this site or on social media are not necessarily the views by Climate State. Climate State endorses data, facts, empirical evidence, the peer-reviewed sciences.
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*Terminated by YT in 2017.
27/09/2019Climate State on VimeoWe are now on Vimeo too.01/06/2017BitChute
Because of YouTube shutting down our channels entirely or in part from time to time we decided in 2017 to setup a BitChute channel. If you are missing a video always look here for a backup copy.18/04/2015Patreon18/12/2012YouTube Climate State
Created another YouTube channel, where I planned to focus more on uploading my own productions. This channel is still online, the largest not corporated funded climate focus channel in the world today.01/09/2012Climate State
Registered the domain ClimateState.com, begun focusing on this very domain. Check out some of the Wayback Machine captures.05/07/2011Climate Force
Because at first I experimented with the content scope of the domain ClimateProgress.net, ie. setting up a MediaWiki with all of Wikipedia’s climate articles I created another blog called Climate Force, at the time Wikipedia articles were massively tempered with by climate deniers. The blog is still online, was used until 2013.17/06/2011YouTube ClimateProgressWorld01/03/2011ClimateProgress.Net
Inspired by Joe Romm’s blog climateprogress.org, decided to register the domain climateprogress.net
Archive’s Wayback Machine has some ClimateProgress.Net screenshots.