The UK Response to Climate Change (UK Storms, Floods, Extreme Weather) Feb, 2014

The recent exceptional onslaught of extreme weather in the past months in the UK raise question regarding the response and how to deal with climate change. Lord Stern: Flooding across the UK are a clear sign that we are already experiencing the impacts of climate change http://t.co/tyV0qln7TU — Svein T veitdal (@tveitdal) February 14, 2014…

UK Flooding and the Science of Climate Change

Climate change is the ultimate challenge but as a matter of fact most governments and the media are still sleepwalking and are in denial for the most part. In the video below “Influence of Arctic sea ice on European summer precipitation (2013)”, Dr James Screen explains the impacts of climate change on farming  and flooding.…

Climate Science in Action

From researching the pace of Alaskan glacier melt to how changes in Arctic sea ice affect our weather, climate scientists go to some of the most remote areas on Earth to help us understand our environment. The Juneau Icefield Research Program (JIRP) brings scientists and students together annually to study glaciers. Jeff Barbee reports on…

Native American elder speaks of the Responsibility for 7 Generations ahead

Feb 24, 2010 by Avonaco76: Native American Elders speak about life, learning, common sense and spirituality. Featuring Iroquois Elder Oren R. Lyons. 7th Generation is about Vision. It’s about leadership looking ahead, it’s about responsibility. Seven Generations reminds you have responsibility for the generations that are coming. Seven generations ahead or over 150 years from…

Critical Thinking on Climate Change: separating Skepticism from Denial by Dr Richard Milne

Oct 24, 2011 by The University of Edinburgh http://youtube.com/user/EdinburghUniversity Dr Richard Milne, School of Biological Sciences, presents Critical Thinking on Climate Change: separating skepticism from denial. 1hr 20min Lecture. This talk is about the psychology behind Climate Science denial and skepticism. It covers: The science of Climate Change – Could we be wrong? The claims…

Davos: Many have called for a price on carbon Now we must act #Energy #Agenda 2014

Leading the Global Climate and Energy Agenda: This week, some 2,500 CEOs, politicians, academics and journalists descend on the Swiss village of Davos for the 44th annual meeting of the World Economic Forum. We’ll be posting video from the most interesting sci-tech events here in Forum. Related Industry Awakens to Threat of Climate Change By Coral Davenport,…

Michael E Mann: If You See Something, Say Something

If You See Something, Say Something http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/19/opinion/sunday/if-you-see-something-say-something.html and http://www.realclimate.org/index.php/archives/2014/01/if-you-see-something-say-something/ The ‘Clear and Present Danger’ of Climate Change Interview by KCRW 21 Jan, 2014: Almost 100% of climate scientists now say global warming is caused by human behavior and that action now is a moral imperative for future generations. But public perception is moving the other way,…

Why pipelines are a bad idea

Published on Jul 31, 2013: A new analysis of oil and gas pipeline safety in the United States reveals a troubling history of spills, contamination, injuries and deaths. Read more at NoKeystone.org. This time-lapse video shows pipeline incidents from 1986 to 2013, relying on publicly available data from the federal Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration.…