How to Save the Earth, the Most Ambitious Plan in History

Things are pretty dire right now. We know we need to rapidly make some drastic changes – and Stanford researchers have come up with a master plan. Look-up your own country according to the plan https://thesolutionsproject.org/why-clean-energy/#/map/countries Credits Author: Tessa Koumoundouros / ScienceAlert Editor: Chris Machens / Climate State Narration: Cormac Bren Music: Picknick in the Meadows…

The 1984 Climate Change Documentary

During the late 1970s it became increasingly clear that the planet was warming, culminating in the landmark Charney report, published in 1979, The Charney Report: 40 years ago, scientists accurately predicted climate change https://phys.org/news/2019-07-charney-years-scientists-accurately-climate.html Topics discussed include, the scientific consensus, weather patterns, sea level rise, adaptation, climate actions, or the greenhouse effect. This 1984 documentary…

Extinction Events in Earth History and Today

Flood Basalts and Mass Extinctions – refine ancient hyperthermals as analogs for anthropogenic climate change.  Oceanic Anoxic Event (OAE) and mass extinctions are considered to be hyperthermals – usually associated with flood basalt eruptions.[2] Phases of rapid global warming, known collectively as hyperthermals.[1]  Flood basalts are a subset of large igneous provinces (LIPs), the terms flood basalt…