The 2018 Special IPCC Report on Climate Risks

Part of the panel discussion at COP24 in Katowice (Poland) December 4, 2018, on climate risks, as part of the IPCC Special Event: Unpacking the new scientific knowledge and key findings in the IPCC Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5 C. Watch the full panel here Read the summary report here

Jessica Mathews talks about Irreversible Climate Risks (1988)

On June 29th, 1988, the House Science, Space and Technology subcommittees held a joint hearing on the threat of global warming. Here the segment of Jessica Mathews’s (World Resource Institute) statement. Current Drought and Global Warming Jessica Mathews Watch from this hearing:

Tim Rumage: The Transition from Fossil Energy to Solar Power

Tim Rumage (Coordinator Environmental Studies), speaks at the Sustainable Communities Workshop November 29, 2018, the talk is titled, “The Shrinking Timeline for Global Warming.” Source Sarasota County Government (Official)

China vs U.S. Rising Global Greenhouse Emissions in 2018

A brief outline of CO2 emissions, based on global trends, with a focus on China by Zeke Hausfather (Berkeley) and U.S. CO2 emissions by Trevor Houser (Rhodium Group), as well as an outline on reductions by Drew Shindell about various emissions, including SLCP’s (Short Lived Climate Pollutants). Sources: Global release of greenhouse gases has increased…

Johan Rockström: Potential irreversible Planet thresholds for a disastrous Future

Johan Rockström (Stockholm Resilience Centre), talks about planetary boundaries and tipping points, “Living in the Anthropocene”, at the Club of Rome 50th Anniversary Meeting in Rome, October 2018. And briefly outlines the report, “Transformation is feasible – How to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals within Planetary Boundaries” Source and Johan Rockström…

Aliens? Part of Meteor transmits Earth Message

NASA just confirmed that asteroid Oumuamua broke apart, and a smaller meteorite was injected into Earth orbit! Remains found at the impact site near San Francisco included a small capsule. The capsule, or device continuously transmits the following message, oddly enough obtained from Earth. Watch the full talk from Stefan Rahmstorf Meteor footage…

Prefab Housing Bolsters Climate Change Prevention Efforts Significantly

Despite valiant efforts by environmentally-conscious individuals worldwide, both the impacts and costs of global warming are expected to be far more severe than expected according to an assessment by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) which was released in October this year in South Korea. With the past decade being riddled with an increasing number of forest…

Solving Extinction, Health & Climate: Central Roles Food & Agriculture

Professor David Tilman (University of Minnesota), a leading expert in the fields of ecology, evolution and resource competition, gives the keynote lecture for the 2018 ONE Network event for staff and graduate students across the University of Oxford. Video via Environmental Change Institute

They talk about our Climate Crisis #WeDontHaveTime

Part of We Don’t Have Time Climate Emergency Plan, streamed November 24, 2018 First speaker Ingmar Rentzhog, the second speaker is Per Espen Stoknes Watch the full stream here A crucial discussion about transformation and how to expand the movements for climate action. The first ever Climate Seminar by We Don’t Have…

The Club Of Rome Climate Emergency Plan

The Club of Rome Climate Emergency Plan, a collaborative call for climate action. Read the Club Of Rome Climate Emergency Plan here Speaker Anders Wijkman, co-president of the Club of Rome between 2012 and 2018, is chairman of the Swedish Association of Recycling Industries, and member of the Board of the Swedish Development Authority…

Farming + Land use Cause 24% of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

November 8, 2018 – Pete Smith of University of Aberdeen presents “Agriculture, Climate Change, and Biodiversity.” Farming will Negatively impact Biodiversity Farming + Land use Cause 24% of Greenhouse Gas Emissions What can we do about it? Learn more about the Raymond and Beverly Sackler U.S. – U.K. Scientific Forum at

Plan B: They want to Flood the Desert

The idea is “risky, unproven, even unlikely to work,” according to Y Combinator. But if it did work, it could slow climate change. By James Rainey. Imagine flooding a desert half the size of the Sahara. Using 238 trillion gallons of desalinated ocean water to do the job. Creating millions of 1-acre-square micro-reservoirs to grow…