It’s the Dark Snow Project

You can help crowd-fund an important scientific research trip — along with a videographer and journalist to cover it. Climate De-Crocker Peter Sinclair explains: On April 21, 2013, the Dark Snow Project brought a bit of Greenland to Manhattan, to illustrate the importance of this summer’s planned expedition to sample Greenland ice. It kicked off…

The Fight for Survival as the World Overheats


Journalist and historian in war studies Gwynne Dyer discusses his book “Climate Wars: The Fight for Survival as the World Overheats,” presented by Harvard Book Store. Dyer explores the cultural and political ramifications of climate change, such as dwindling resources, population shifts, natural disasters, epidemics, crashing economies, and political extremism. More lectures at http://forum-network.org

Does Climate Change Threaten The Survival Of The Human Race? Ask Deepak!

Read more: http://bitly.com/SGJGPi Subscribe to The Chopra Well: http://bit.ly/M5z254 Description: Joined by David Gershon, founder and president of the Empowerment Institute, Deepak Chopra addresses climate change and social action. They argue that by taking collective action, we can make an impact on the world and on our environment for the better.* Gershon addresses some of the key…

Peak oil, climate change and pipeline geopolitics driving Syria conflict

By Nafeez Ahmed / Guardian: Root-cause environmental and energy factors sparking violence will continue to destabilise Arab world without urgent reforms The civil war in Syria has been devastating, generating a death toll fast approaching 100,000, while uprooting millions of civilians from their homes. But as the US and Russia signed an unprecedented accord on Wednesday in search…

Why Climate Change Is Not an Environmental Issue


This video is to promote general awareness of the science of climate change. It was edited and narrated by @ryanlcooper, using illustrations from around the web. Find more of my stuff athttp://www.ryanlouiscooper.com. It was inspired largely by something David Roberts wrote: http://grist.org/article/2010-08-09-e… Find David at http://grist.org/author/david-roberts/ and @drgrist.

World’s Changing Glaciers “Chasing Ice” (2012)

Follow National Geographic photographer James Balog across the Arctic as he deploys time-lapse cameras designed for one purpose: to capture a multi-year record of the world’s changing glaciers. Visit IMDB for more film details. Donate to the project chasingice.com   Update The old movie version is no longer available, updated the video URL to a…

Jennifer Francis: Wacky Weather and disappearing Arctic Sea Ice are they connected?

Dr. Jennifer Francis – Rutgers University “Extreme weather events are increasing in frequency and intensity all around the northern hemisphere.” Concurrently, Arctic sea ice is in an accelerating decline, the entire surface of Greenland melted for the first time in at least 150 years, glaciers are disappearing around the world, and snow cover on Arctic…

Kevin Trenberth: How To Relate Climate Extremes to Climate Change

Public lecture by Distinguished Senior Scientist at the Climate Analysis Section at the National Centre for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Kevin Trenberth held at UNSW on October 16, 2012. “Heavy precipitation days are increasing even in places where precipitation is decreasing.” Framing the way to relate climate extremes to climate change Abstract The atmospheric and ocean environment…

The Psychological Impacts of Global Climate Change

Authors: Doherty, Thomas J.; Clayton, Susan

An appreciation of the psychological impacts of global climate change entails recognizing the complexity and multiple meanings associated with climate change; situating impacts within other social, technological, and ecological transitions; and recognizing mediators and moderators of impacts. This article describes three classes of psychological impacts: direct (e.g., acute or traumatic effects of extreme weather events and a changed environment); indirect (e.g., threats to emotional well-being based on observation of impacts and concern or uncertainty about future risks); and psychosocial (e.g., chronic social and community effects of heat, drought, migrations, and climate-related conflicts, and postdisaster adjustment).