Of the over 400 climate scenarios assessed in the 1.5°C report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), only around 50 scenarios avoid significantly overshooting 1.5°C. Of those only around 20 make realistic assumptions… Read More »Few realistic scenarios left to limit global warming to 1.5°C
UN Secretary General states the dire climate situation we face sounding more like climate activist than politician.
In this episode of Shaping The Future, I am speaking with the Director of Development and Communications at EarthLanka, Saffran Mihnar. Saffran is an advocate for climate solutions
Is net zero potentially worse than the threat of climate itself? Knorr thinks it could be.
Discussing whether the Pine Island Glacier has crossed the tipping points that will lead to multi-metre sea-level rise.
We need global coordination to prevent Antarctic catastrophe
Zack helps to break down the complexity of this annual report & highlights some of the major impacts that climate change is bringing to the polar Arctic region.
Is there a new Arctic climate feedback mechanism? Jennifer Francis thinks there is.
Zack Labe discusses the Arctic region of the Laptev Sea
Environmental veteran Sir Jonathon Porritt discusses his new book, Hope In Hell on Shaping The Future with Nick Breeze
Climate change despair with author and scientist Dr Peter Kalmus
Climate scientist discusses new findings from climate models on how the AMOC is interacting with the North Atlantic Gyre and what this means for regional climate changes
Discussing the collapse of the Greenland Ice sheet with Professor Jason Box.
Professor Kevin Anderson discusses the failure of climate policy.
Climate scientists discusses the impacts of the pandemic on the climate crisis
IPCC expert reviewer, Dr Peter Carter, is the Director of the Climate Emergency Institute based in Canada. Carter said: “What is happening to prevent these forest fires, droughts, severe storms, powerful hurricanes, floods? What is… Read More »Dr. Peter Carter: summarising the lack of “climate emergency” at #COP25
Greta Thunberg presented a panel of climate scientists at the COP. Here is an excerpt from esteemed scientists Professor William Moomaw: Watch the full session with all speakers here:
The oceans cover 70% of the Earth’s surface and are a major source of oxygen and carbon sink. This new study confirms that they are also in rapid decline as deoxygenation also means a dead… Read More »Professor Dan Daffoley – IUCN Deoxygenation of Oceans