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VideoAug 2011

The Climate Factor, global warming warning from 1984

US government film produced by NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) warning of a warming planet. This idea was actually considered much earlier. In 1896, Swedish scientist Svante August Arrhenius proposed that carbon dioxide emissions from the burning of coal would enhance the Earth's greenhouse effect and lead to global warming.

VideoJul 2008

Greener plastics that use CO2

Using carbon dioxide as an ingredient in plastics could help reduce the use of fossil fuels


AnimationDec 2008

New thinking on climate change

Conserve your planet, it's the only one you've got


VideoDec 2009

Climate change, isn't it just natural?

A look at the Earth's climate over the last 500 million years


VideoOct 2019

Answers With Joe | The worst greenhouse gas might surprise you

(13:08) CO2 does warm the planet, but how can so little (0.04% of the atmosphere) have such a big effect?

VideoJun 2009

350, the most important number on the planet

Bill McKibben, co-founder and director of gives a lecture at the University of Sydney


VideoAug 2018

Is our food becoming less nutritious?

(7:29) The nutrient content of food is declining. But why?

VideoNov 2014

A year in the life of Earth's CO2

(3:11) NASA climate scientist Bill Putman takes a look at their new computer model GEOS-5 that shows how carbon dioxide in the atmosphere travels around the globe.


VideoOct 2018

Why it's so hard to capture CO2 from the air

(4:14) Could negative emission technologies be the solution to our carbon emissions?

VideoAug 2018

How do we know if countries are conforming to the Paris Climate Agreement

(5:07) Berkeley climate modeller Inez Fung explains how satellite data can be used to monitor a countries carbon emissions.