COP 20 Lima Peru Presentation – Para-AGUA – Speaker Dr. Sergio D. Claure on: Mountain and glacier ice melt and Andes watershed impacts, this is a really important presentation as it shows the impacts that climate change is having on the Andes. He also covers the impacts that such dramatic alterations are having on the lives of millions of […]
COP 21 PARIS Part II, US Centre Panel Speakers on: US government commitment to Climate Change action plans on a domestic & international level. Climate resilience & adaptation policies and initiatives. US Clean Air act implementation & renewable energy transition. The US is not only working towards a 26-28% emission reduction, but towards a zero […]
Part II. US Centre Young Scientists Panel discussion on: Global impacts of oceans on the Climate, Antarctic ice loss resulting in higher sea levels in the northern hemisphere, marine species habitat losses resulting in movement to other ocean regions.
US Centre Young Scientists Panel discussion on: Climate change impacts on ocean acidification and deoxygenation on marine life, polar ice melts, massive algal bloom formations. Global collaboration on longterm satellite ocean observation and sea monitoring systems.
Interview with Alexandra Bonnet on the ecological transition actions by citizens in urban areas such as St. Denise in Paris. Children’s ecological education programs, recycling and up- cycling initiatives with local communities.
Climate Alliance Exec. Director Thomas Brose on, Cities play an important role in Climate Protection & are committed to reducing their CO2 emissions in the transport & other sectors. Climate change impacts, global alliances with indigenous peoples & the need to move to 100% renewable energy production.
COP 21 PARIS. Robert Madjita Deputy Director of EMELEE Environmental Management NGO Uganda speaks on, innovative agriculture pilot project in Uganda using efficient techniques for crops and animals using drought resistant plants. Construction of water efficient irrigation systems.
The University of Earth: Urgent Action Series: COP 21 Paris 2015: The Importance of Water in Climate Change, Prof Benedito Braga (Secr. for Sanitation and WAter Resources, Sao Paulo), Torgny Holmgren (Executive Director SIWI), Charafal Alifal (Minister of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment) – and Question Time
The University of Earth: Urgent Action Series: COP 21 Paris 2015: Alex Malawi, Global Water Partnership, Sweden, Country Water Stores and Water Security
COP 21 PARIS. Dr. James Hanson speaks on the Atmospheric composition, carbon cycle & that we should be aiming for a 350PPM CO2 target. Ocean warming and Ice melt. How can climate Justice be achieved with North-South injustice. Fossil fuel power generation emissions causing air, water pollution and with global warming, species extinctions.
Extremely concerning reports From 31 scientific institutes saying the governments of the world must take seriously the scientists advice to do something drastic to stop climate change. – https://www.yahoo.com/news/31-scientific-societies-just-told-200519194.html From the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, who have done the number crunching and say that the target 190 countries at COP 21 set to keep the […]
The University of Earth: Urgent Action Series: COP 21 Paris 2015: Dr Georg Kaser – Mountain Glaciers
The University of Earth: Urgent Action Series: COP 21 Paris 2015: Dr Susan Natali, Permafrost Carbon, The Frozen Amplifier of Greenhouse Gases, Carbon in Permafrost is contained in soil and organic matter, It is not included in current forecasts.
The University of Earth: Urgent Action Series: COP 21 Paris 2015: Dr Dirk Notz, Arctic Sea Ice, Max Planck Institute of Meterology, Hamburg, 50% loss of thickness and size of summer ice, CO2 levels are linearly related to levels of Arctic Sea Ice,
The University of Earth, Urgent Action Series: COP 21 Paris 2015: Dr Anders Levermann of the Potsdam Institute discusses the threshold for warming for Greenland, and the long-term risk of sea level rise from Antartica