Arnold Schwarzenegger: Communicate Health Issues

Film star and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger spoke at the COP23 UN climate conference on Sunday, November 12, 2017. Schwarzenegger held a keynote at a COP23 Presidency event on health and climate called “Health Actions for the Implementation of the Paris Agreement”. He underlined the importance of also speaking to the health issues related…

Heat wave, air pollution, mortality, and adaptation, a quick look

While summer currently gears up, during exceptional continued record global warming, temperatures are set to reach the highest so far this summer in many parts of the northern hemisphere – within the next few day’s (Germany, U.S. etc). Here we look at the past 2003 heat wave and what attributed to excess deaths during that extensive heat period…

Alan Robock: We need to move ahead aggressively with the grid and battery technology

Climate scientist Alan Robock, studies nuclear winter, volcanic eruptions and climate, geoengineering, and global warming.http://envsci.rutgers.edu/~robock ClimateState staff interviewed Alan to give us a snapshot of the current state on these topics. There is enough Sun and wind to power the planet Robert Bristow: Do you agree that increased nuclear power generating facilities are required, and should be…

Climate Crisis as a Political Issue


John Hofmeister discusses with Greg Dalton how the global climate crisis is a problem that needs political help to be solved. Hofmeister states that since the political system runs on 2 year intervals, it is difficult to solve the climate crisis our planet is suffering from.

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NASA: Wildfires, Smog – Particulate Matter Will Only Get Worse (August 2013)


August 10, 2013 – NASA Research is showing due to the increase in the earth’s temperature, we can expect to see more wildfires, and fires in areas that normally don’t see fires. NASA scientists talked to The Weather Channel about the latest research.
http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/fires/main/index.html