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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change just released their synthesis report: the final piece of the Sixth Assessment Report. With the help of 🤍ClimateAdam let’s take a look at what it actually says. Read the Summary for Policymakers: 🤍 Read the Full Report: 🤍 Further reading about climate science, the IPCC reports, and what it all means: 🤍 A playlist full of IPCC videos: 🤍 This film has been supported by the European Climate Foundation. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this film lies with the author. The European Climate Foundation cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained or expressed therein. Come hang on the discord: 🤍 FIND ME ELSEWHERE ON THE INTERNET twitter :: 🤍 instagram :: 🤍 SUPPORT interested in supporting zentouro? Patreon allows me to keep my videos ad free, and independent. Even 1$ per video gets you access to all the behind the scenes content and helps immensely: 🤍
JOIN XRUK THIS APRIL 21-24 AT THE HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT Dr Charlie Gardner and Clare Farrell discuss the latest IPCC synthesis report, the final report in the most recent series. They discuss the contents, media representation, multiple flaws and problems around the failing international approach to the climate crisis, and finally why a broad and large scale people powered response is needed. #UniteToSurvive Help XR mobilise and donate: 🤍 Extinction Rebellion UK: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Map of UK XR groups: 🤍 International: 🤍 1. Tell The Truth 2. Act Now 3. Decide Together #extinctionrebellion #climatechange #globalwarming
The IPCC published its Synthesis Report (SYR) on March 20, which summarizes the findings of six reports released during its Sixth Assessment Cycle - the 1.5 C report of 2018, the Special Reports on Land and Oceans of 2019, and the three Assessment Reports published between 2021 and 2022. The SYR is presented in the wake of major global upheaval brought about by the Russian war on Ukraine and the subsequent global energy crisis. It also follows notable deliberations at COP 27 in Egypt last year, where a loss and damage fund for climate victims was written into existence, and discourse on issues such as fossil fuel phasedown and global financial system reform was elevated. Here are three key messages from the Summary for Policymakers (SPM) of the SYR.
IPCC held a press conference in Interlaken, Switzerland, March 20, 2023 to release the closing chapter of the Sixth Assessment Report, Climate Change 2023: Synthesis Report. Press release: 🤍 Read the report: 🤍
The International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has just completed its latest cycle of scientific reporting on the impacts of climate change. The findings boil down to a simple message - act now or it will be too late. The report lands as the Albanese Government's key policy for cutting emissions is being negotiated in the Senate. Chief political correspondent Laura Tingle reports. Subscribe: 🤍 ABC News provides around the clock coverage of news events as they break in Australia and abroad, including the latest coronavirus pandemic updates. It's news when you want it, from Australia's most trusted news organisation. For more from ABC News, click here: 🤍 Watch more ABC News content ad-free on ABC iview: 🤍 Go deeper on our ABC News In-depth channel: 🤍 Like ABC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow ABC News on Instagram: 🤍 Follow ABC News on Twitter: 🤍 Note: In most cases, our captions are auto-generated. #ABCNews #ABCNewsAustralia
The IPCC have finally released the Working Group 3 report, detailing how we can combat climate change. Unfortunately there is a rotten core to it... - Read the IPCC WG3 report: 🤍 - Miriam and Adam's video: 🤍 - Drawdown: 🤍 You can support the channel by becoming a patron at 🤍 To be clear the new IPCC report is mostly a comprehensive account of what we can do to stop climate change, and contains the latest research on how we can use technology and policy effectively. Some of the chapters in the full report are actually quite radical! What I'm focusing on in this video is what I fear will be the talking point techbros and fossil fuel lobbyists will seize on - the use of carbon dioxide removal (CDR) technology to prolong the burning of fossil fuels. Do I see their economic argument? Of course. Do I think it's a bad argument? Absolutely. We're talking about keeping the planet habitable, and anything that obfuscates the action necessary to do so is dangerous and should be shunned. As I say in the video, we will almost certainly need to make use of CDR technology later this century to offset unavoidable emissions, and even to lower CO2 concentrations, but this is not something that should be factoring into our decisions right now. Right now we need to keep the carbon in the ground, which means not burning fossil fuels. Simple as. Check out my website! 🤍 II My twitter - 🤍 My facebook - 🤍 My insta - 🤍 My goodreads - 🤍 II Music by Epidemic Sound: 🤍 Edited by Luke Negus. This video is about the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and their Working Group 3 report as part of AR6. I talk about the good news from the IPCC - wind and solar are cheaper than ever and used more and more, and climate policy works! But the report also dedicates a lot of time to talking about carbon capture and storage (CCS), carbon dioxide removal (CDR), and bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS). In my opinion this discussion only gifts a talking point to fossil fuel companies and will delay the necessary decoupling of society from coal, oil, and natural gas. Huge thanks to my supporters on Patreon: Gabriele Siino, Bjorn Bakker, Ieuan Williams, Candace H, Tom Malcolm, Marcus Bosshard, Andrew Knop, Shab Kumar, Brady Johnston, Liat Khitman, Jesper Norsted, Kent & Krista Halloran, Rapssack, Kevin O'Connor, Timo Kerremans, Thines Ganeshamoorthy, Ashley Wilkins, Michael Parmenter, Samuel Baumgartner, Dan Sherman, ST0RMW1NG 1, Adrian Sand, Morten Engsvang, Josh Schiager, Farsight101, K.L, poundedjam, Daan Sneep, Felix Freiberger, Chris Field, Robert Connell, ChemMentat, Kolbrandr, , Sebastain Graf, Dan Nelson, Shane O'Brien, Alex, Fujia Li, Harry Eakins, Will Tolley, Cody VanZandt, Jesper Koed, Jonathan Craske, Albrecht Striffler, Igor Francetic, Jack Troup, SexyCaveman , James Munro, Sean Richards, Kedar , Omar Miranda, Alastair Fortune, bitreign33 , Mat Allen, Anne Smith, Rafaela Corrêa Pereira, Colin J. Brown, Princess Andromeda, Mach_D, BenDent, Thusto , Andy Hartley, Lachlan Woods, Dan Hanvey, Simon Donkers, Kodzo , James Bridges, Liam , Andrea De Mezzo, Wendover Productions, Kendra Johnson.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released the final installment of its sixth synthesis report (AR6) on Monday, a key scientific assessment and summary for policymakers that governments will use to set climate targets and policies in the next decade. “Humanity is on thin ice, and that ice is melting fast. As today’s report of the IPCC details, humans are responsible for virtually all global heating over the last 200 years. The rate of temperature rise in the last half-century is the highest in 2,000 years. Concentrations of carbon dioxide are at their highest in at least 2 million years. The climate time bomb is ticking,” UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said in a recorded address. “The 1.5-degree (Celsius) limit is achievable. But it will take a quantum leap in climate action. This report is a clarion call to massively fast-track climate efforts by every country and every sector and on every timeframe. In short, our world needs climate action on all fronts — everything, everywhere, all at once.” The report recaps global scientists' findings from previous publications, including the impacts of global warming, and assesses nations' progress on cutting greenhouse gas emissions. The report focused on drastic actions governments should take to stave off the disastrous consequences of climate change and warned of nearing “irreversible” levels of global heating as the catastrophic impacts of the changing climate become clearer. For more info, please go to 🤍 Subscribe to Global News Channel HERE: 🤍 Like Global News on Facebook HERE: 🤍 Follow Global News on Twitter HERE: 🤍 Follow Global News on Instagram HERE: 🤍 #GlobalNews #climatechange #ipcc
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Scientists have delivered a 'final warning' on the climate crisis, as rising greenhouse gas emissions push the world to the brink of irrevocable damage that only swift and drastic action can avert. Subscribe to Guardian News on YouTube ► 🤍 The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), made up of the world’s leading climate scientists, set out the final part of its mammoth sixth assessment report on Monday. The comprehensive review of human knowledge of the climate crisis took hundreds of scientists eight years to compile and runs to thousands of pages, but boiled down to one message: act now, or it will be too late. The Guardian publishes independent journalism, made possible by supporters. Contribute to The Guardian today ► 🤍 Sign up to the Guardian's free new daily newsletter, First Edition ► 🤍 Website ► 🤍 Facebook ►🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 The Guardian on YouTube: The Guardian ► 🤍 Guardian Australia ► 🤍 Guardian Football ► 🤍 Guardian Sport ► 🤍 Guardian Live ► 🤍 #IPCC #Environment #Climate #ClimateEmergency #AntonioGuterres #UN
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The Earth has already warmed by at least 1.1 degrees Celsius (2 degrees Fahrenheit) compared to pre-industrial times in the mid 19th century. In 2015, world leaders agreed after intense negotiations to limit global warming to a common target of 1.5 degrees. So far, no major country is on schedule to meet this goal. Future scenarios clearly show that climate change can only be halted with a radical transformation of the world's energy system. In addition, the report stressed that measures to adapt to the effects of climate change must already be implemented today. This will save lives and money, when compared with the costs of unchecked climate change on the global economy and society. However, the window of opportunity to achieve these goals is closing fast, the scientists said. By 2030, the global community needs to nearly halve its emissions from burning coal, oil and gas, or face warming of around 3 degrees Celsius. Guterres called on world leaders and fossil fuel companies to "massively fast-track climate efforts by every country and every sector and on every time frame." Speaking on Monday, he presented a plan to accelerate net-zero climate deadlines, invest in realistic innovations and deliver climate justice to those experiencing the worst effects of climate change. Rising temperatures, natural disasters and irreversible ecosystem degradation are becoming increasingly life-threatening for humans and nature all over the world, top scientists warned in a major new report released Monday by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Efforts made so far to avoid passing a dangerous global threshold have been "insufficient to tackle climate change," but multiple options are still available. "Mainstreaming effective and equitable climate action will not only reduce losses and damages for nature and people, it will also provide wider benefits," said IPCC Chair Hoesung Lee. "This Synthesis Report underscores the urgency of taking more ambitious action and shows that, if we act now, we can still secure a livable sustainable future for all." "Today's IPCC report is a how-to guide to defuse the climate time-bomb," said UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. "It is a survival guide for humanity. As it shows, the 1.5-degree limit is achievable. But it will take a quantum leap in climate action." Climate protection measures fall short The fundamental message of all the IPCC's reports is unequivocal. "Without urgent, effective, and equitable mitigation and adaptation actions, climate change increasingly threatens ecosystems, biodiversity, and the livelihoods, health and well-being of current and future generations," said the report, compiled by 93 authors. Humanity has drastically altered the planet in just a few centuries, with responsibility for climate change linked to the burning of coal, oil and gas. At no time in the past 2 million years have CO2 concentrations in the Earth's atmosphere been as high as they are today. Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Twitch: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍 #climatechange #ipcc #unitednations
Kenneth Haapala, president of the Science and Environmental Policy Project, reveals how the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) blatant errors have direct real-world impacts on you. Trained as a quantitative economist, Haapala has created and analyzed a diverse array of numerical models. In 1977, he reported how government energy models used to predict the world would run out of oil, and the U.S. out of natural gas, by the end of the 20th century were inappropriate for the task. Unsurprisingly, that was Haapala's last federal government contract. The Fifteenth International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC15) featured more than 50 speakers who are top scientists in their fields and policy experts from around the world. Each edition of these conferences attracts scientists, legislators, environmentalists, and more all discussing their views on climate science, the idea that there is a crisis, efforts to educate the public, views on the state of discourse, and more. Visit these sites for more great climate information from The Heartland Institute: PLAYLIST FOR THE WHOLE 2023 HEARTLAND INSTITUTE CLIMATE CONFERENCE: 🤍 Heartland's climate issue suite 🤍 Environment & Climate News 🤍 Climate Realism 🤍 Climate at a Glance 🤍 Our latest climate conference 🤍 All of Heartland's climate conferences since 2009 🤍 The Environment & Climate News Podcast 🤍 Heartland's Climate Change Roundtable YouTube show 🤍
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The IPCC final Synthesis Report of the 6th Assessment. The government approved Summary for Policy Makers shows big economy governments are rapidly destroying the world-literally, by still increasing emissions when they had to be decreasing by 2020, for the 2°C and 1.5°C target.
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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change just released their latest assessment report on the physical science basis of climate change. If the last few reports are any indication, we're hopefully going to see a groundswell of climate action here are my highlights of the report and a bit about how you can use its information to fight the climate crisis. Read the Summary for Policymakers: 🤍 Read the full report: 🤍 Read the IPCC’s FAQ: 🤍 The IPCC Interactive Atlas: 🤍 If you're feeling overwhelmed by the content of this report, or just looking for tools to combat climate dread, despair or eco-anxiety, here are the places I turn for guidance: The Gen Dread newsletter: 🤍 Mary Annaise Heglar on how to deal with climate despair: 🤍 and 🤍 I also made a video a few years ago about eco-anxiety: 🤍 Want to watch more climate YouTubers talk about the report? Check out Ella's video on what the report says about the cryosphere here: 🤍 or watch ClimateAdams's explainer that has an important section on AMOC 🤍 Special thanks to: The "Polen Ecology Translation Team for translated and captioned this video in Turkish FIND ME ELSEWHERE ON THE INTERNET twitter :: 🤍 instagram :: 🤍 SUPPORT interested in supporting zentouro? Patreon allows me to keep my videos ad free, and independent. Even 1$ per video gets you access to all the behind the scenes content and helps immensely: 🤍 All of my videos will always have closed captioning [CC] in English, and my Patrons fund Spanish captions for every video. Like the music? I subscribe to soundstripe to find backing tracks for all my videos. For 10% off use the code ZENTOURO at checkout. 🤍?fpr=zentouro (this is an affiliate link)
Der Weltklimarat (IPCC) hält drastische Maßnahmen für unabdingbar, um den Klimawandel zu bewältigen. Tempo und Umfang des bisher Unternommenen sowie die aktuellen Pläne reichten angesichts weiter gestiegener Treibhausgasemissionen nicht aus, heißt es im Abschlussbericht des IPCC, der am Montag im Schweizer Interlaken vorgestellt wurde. Um die Erderwärmung auf 1,5 Grad über dem vorindustriellen Niveau zu beschränken, müsse der Treibhausgasausstoß ab sofort in allen Bereichen zurückgehen und bis 2030 um fast die Hälfte gesenkt werden. Zugleich seien noch in diesem Jahrzehnt größere und schnellere Maßnahmen zur Anpassung an den Klimawandel nötig. Im Gespräch mit tagesschau24 geht Matthias Garschagen von der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in München näher auf den Bericht ein. Mehr zum Thema: 🤍 Alle aktuellen Informationen und tagesschau24 im Livestream: 🤍 Alle Sendungen, Livestreams, Dokumentation und Reportagen auch in der ARD-Mediathek: 🤍
The world’s leading climate scientists just released the latest news on the impacts of climate change. Climate risks are appearing faster and will get more severe sooner. Want to know more, but don’t have time to dive into thousands of pages?Watch this video. #IPCC #IPCCIsAboutMe
Earlier this week, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released its AR6 climate change report. Expectedly, the report is defined by serial doomcasting and claims of impending catastrophe despite the growing mountain of failed predictions that are conveniently ignored. One of the most controversial claims made in the report is that anthropogenic emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) is the main driver of temperature change. Real-world data has proven this false, yet it’s the main takeaway in each IPCC report. First released on Monday was the “Summary for Policymakers,” a section intended to guide policymaking decisions across the globe. The AR6 report continues to omit key information in favor of sensationalized claims that are easily refuted. For example, the 36-page summary doesn’t include a single mention of the logarithmic relationship between atmospheric CO2 concentrations and global temperature. Surely, policymakers should know that each unit of CO2 added to the atmosphere has a decreasing effect on temperature. The IPCC’s omission of this relationship implies that the warming effect of CO2 concentrations is linear, leading policymakers to overestimate the impact of CO2 emissions on global temperature and overcommit to emissions reduction strategies that are expensive and ineffective. Don't miss this data-driven discussion with host Anthony Watts and panelists, H. Sterling Burnett and Linnea Lueken, on Climate Change Roundtable, live every Friday at 12pm CT.
In occasione della pubblicazione ufficiale del volume conclusivo del Rapporto IPCC, la più aggiornata ed esaustiva rassegna sullo stato della conoscenza scientifica sui cambiamenti climatici, autori italiani illustrano i contenuti, le novità, le prospettive future a livello globale e per l’Italia. Intervengono: Lucia Perugini – CMCC Anna Pirani – Autrice AR6 IPCC, Rapporto di Sintesi, WG1 TSU e CMCC – Università Ca’ Foscari Piero Lionello – Autore IPCC AR6 WG2, Università del Salento, CMCC Elena Verdolini – Autrice IPCC AR6 WG3, RFF-CMCC European Institute on Economics and the Environment, Università di Brescia Modera: Mauro Buonocore
The latest IPCC synthesis report on climate change presents a warning, as well as offers a window of opportunity. The report says that it is still not too late. But action has to be taken now. What are the main conclusions of the report? What is the way ahead for humanity and what obstacles lie in its path? We bring you an analysis.
The final instalment of the IPCC’s sixth assessment report (AR6) came out in April 2022. It follows two previous parts, which covered climate science and climate impacts. This part is the most important bit: what we can do to tackle climate change. You can check out the two videos I did on the first two reports here: Part 1: 🤍 Part 2: 🤍 …check ‘em out if you haven’t already. The TL;DR is that the first part of AR6 showed that climate change is happening here and now, and faster than we thought, highlighting that the climate crisis is, in the words of the UN’s secretary general, “code red for humanity”. The second part was arguably even more concerning, noting that the impacts of climate change are far-reaching and worse than we ever expected, meaning the “window of opportunity” to take action is “rapidly narrowing”. You can find the full IPCC working group 3 climate mitigation report here: 🤍 If you like the videos I make and want to support me to make more like these, you can always sign up to my Patreon here: 🤍 Subscriptions help me make more (& better!) video content about climate and polar science, and keep these videos independent.
What is the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)? The IPCC is the United Nations body for assessing the science related to climate change. The IPCC prepares comprehensive Assessment Reports about the state of scientific, technical and socio-economic knowledge on climate change, its impacts and future risks, and options for reducing the rate at which climate change is taking place. It also produces Special Reports on topics agreed to by its member governments, as well as Methodology Reports that provide guidelines for the preparation of greenhouse gas inventories. Read our latest reports here: 🤍ipcc.ch
The IPCC has been publishing science based climate warning assessments since 1990 and in those 30 odd years human beings have released more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than we did in the previous two centuries. That has to go down as a fail. This latest report contains the starkest and bluntest language so far. So will this one make any difference? Video Transcripts available at our website 🤍 Help support this channels independence at 🤍 Or with a donation via Paypal by clicking here 🤍 You can also help keep my brain ticking over during the long hours of research and editing via the nice folks at BuyMeACoffee.com 🤍 Download the Just Have a Think App from the AppStore or Google Play EXTRA DEEP DIVE DISCUSSION WITH IPCC SCIENTISTS 16.8.21 In an extraordinarily candid interview with Dr. Alison Green, Sir Robert Watson and Dr. James Dyke reflect on the IPCC AR6 report on the physical science of climate change, published on August 9th. They both stress the need for urgent action at the CoP in Glasgow in November 2021, and for honesty about what governments will actually do between 2021 and 2030. 🤍 Interested in mastering and remembering the concepts that I present in my videos? Check out the FREE Dive Deeper mini-courses offered by the Center for Behavior and Climate. These mini-courses teach the main concepts in select JHAT videos and go beyond to help you learn additional scientific or conservation concepts. The courses are great for teachers to use or for individual learning. 🤍 Check out other YouTube Climate Communicators zentouro: 🤍 Climate Adam: 🤍 Kurtis Baute: 🤍 Levi Hildebrand: 🤍 Simon Clark: 🤍 Sarah Karvner: 🤍 ClimateTown: 🤍 Jack Harries:🤍 Beckisphere: 🤍 Our Changing Climate :🤍 Links IPCC Summary for Policy Makers 🤍 Sea Level Rise 🤍 years of CO2 emissions🤍 #ar6 #climateemergency #actnow
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Howard Hayden, professor of physics emeritus in the Physics Department of the University of Connecticut and editor of The Energy Advocate, a monthly newsletter promoting energy and technology, takes the stage at the Fifteenth International Conference on Climate Change to discuss the glaring numerical inconsistency between AR-6 climate models and physical reality. The Fifteenth International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC) featured more than 50 speakers who are top scientists in their fields and policy experts from around the world. Each edition of these conferences attracts scientists, legislators, environmentalists, and more all discussing their views on climate science, the idea that there is a crisis, efforts to educate the public, views on the state of discourse, and more. Visit these sites for more great climate information from The Heartland Institute: PLAYLIST FOR THE WHOLE 2023 HEARTLAND INSTITUTE CLIMATE CONFERENCE: 🤍 Heartland's climate issue suite 🤍 Environment & Climate News 🤍 Climate Realism 🤍 Climate at a Glance 🤍 Our latest climate conference 🤍 All of Heartland's climate conferences since 2009 🤍 The Environment & Climate News Podcast 🤍 Heartland's Climate Change Roundtable YouTube show 🤍
A conversation with Prof.Dr. Heleen de Coninck (TU/e), one of the Netherlands’ IPCC authors, about the main results of the recently published IPCC Sixth Assessment Report on climate change mitigation. 2022 marks the completion of the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report (AR6), which addresses the most up-to-date understanding of the climate system, impacts of climate change and climate change mitigation. The results of the first part of AR6 – on the physical science of climate change – were published in August 2021 and were a key contribution to the UNFCCC COP26 in Glasgow, providing input for climate negotiations and decision-making and shedding light on new commitments and measures to realize the Paris Agreement goals. Prof.dr. Heleen de Coninck is a coordinating lead author of the AR6 part on mitigation of climate change, co-leading the chapter on innovation and technology development and transfer. In this interview, she will explain the main results of the Sixth Assessment Report and its implications for climate policies, and answer questions from the audience. Previously, she was coordinating lead author of the influential IPCC special report on limiting warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. This report, published in 2018, provided the basis for more ambitious targets and policies in countries like the EU, the US and China. Since 2020, Heleen de Coninck is a professor of Socio-Technical Innovation and Climate Change at TU/e. Her main research focus is on the role of innovation and technology in the international climate negotiations, on policy for making energy-intensive industry climate-neutral, and on the viability and societal dynamics of new technologies for 1.5 degree Celsius-mitigation pathways.
Der Weltklimarat hat heute (20.03.23) seinen aktuellen Bericht über den Klimawandel vorgestellt. Die im Pariser Klimaabkommen vereinbarte 1,5-Grad-Grenze für die globale Erderwärmung werde demnach bereits in den Jahren 2030 bis 2035 überschritten. Der Klimawandel schreite schneller voran als bisher angenommen. Die Folgen wie häufigere und stärkere Hitzewellen, Überschwemmungen und Dürren seien bereits deutlich zu beobachten. Der Bericht betont, dass durch eine tiefgreifende und schnelle Verringerung der Treibhausgasemissionen die Erderwärmung noch verlangsamt werden kann. „Die Dringlichkeit, bis 2030 etwas zu tun, ist gestiegen“, sagte Mitautor Matthias Garschagen, Klimaforscher an der Münchner Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität. Der Bericht fasst die aktuellen wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnisse zur Ursache und den Folgen der Erderwärmung zusammen und gibt Regierungen und politischen Entscheidungsträgern Handlungsempfehlungen. Das Dokument beruht auf acht Berichten, die Tausende Wissenschaftler:innen seit gut acht Jahren erarbeitet haben. Der Bericht wurde von Vertretern der 195 IPCC-Mitgliedstaaten diskutiert und Zeile für Zeile abgesegnet. Das Dokument zeigt also nicht nur den Stand der Forschung, sondern gilt auch als richtungsweisend für die Klimapolitik und die internationalen Klimaverhandlungen der nächsten Jahre. Mehr Infos und Erklärungen über den IPCC-Bericht bekommt ihr hier: 🤍 _ ► IMMER INFORMIERT BLEIBEN: Folgt uns bei Instagram 🤍tickr.news für mehr Nachrichten: 🤍 Mehr Videos bekommt ihr bei TikTok 🤍nicetoknow 🤍 Die WDR aktuell App bietet euch den ganzen Tag über wichtige Infos für NRW. Hier geht's zum Download: 🤍 Unser Morgen-Podcast 0630 sortiert euch montags bis freitags ab halb sieben die wichtigsten Themen des Tages: 🤍 Wir im Netz: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Impressum: 🤍 _ Im Kanal #WDRaktuell findet Ihr täglich neue #Nachrichten und Hintergrund-Berichte - vor allem zu politischen und gesellschaftspolitischen Themen. Unsere Videos stammen meist aus den TV-Sendungen WDR aktuell, Aktuelle Stunde und WDR extra. Der Beitrag wurde am 20.03.2023 ausgestrahlt und gibt den Nachrichtenstand zu diesem Zeitpunkt wieder. Das Video wurde seitdem nicht aktualisiert.
Climate change will define the 21st century. Watch Professor Collins answer your questions on Nebula: 🤍 (link updated March 2023) The latest report from the IPCC makes for grim reading, but I think hidden in the pages there are also some pieces of good news. I talk about both in this video. Professor Mat Collins: 🤍 You can support the channel by becoming a patron at 🤍 Check out my website! 🤍 LINKS (1) The report itself 🤍 (2) Carbon Brief 🤍 (3) Interactive tools from the IPCC 🤍 (4) 🤍 (5) 🤍 II My twitter - 🤍 My facebook - 🤍 My insta - 🤍 My goodreads - 🤍 II Music by Epidemic Sound: 🤍 Some stock footage courtesy of Getty. In this video I talk about the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change or IPCC, the IPCC WG1 AR6. I interview a professor of climate change at the University of Exeter, Mat Collins, and talk through some of the findings of the IPCC report. These include the impact of ENSO on crop yields, drought, heatwaves, extreme weather, and other factors. Basically stop putting carbon into the atmosphere, it's that simple guys. Huge thanks to my supporters on Patreon: Timo Kerremans, Thines Ganeshamoorthy, Jerry Moore, Sam Harvey (soon to be PhD), Ashley Wilkins, Michael Parmenter, Samuel Baumgartner, Dan Sherman, ST0RMW1NG 1, Adrian Sand, Morten Engsvang, Josh Schiager, Farsight101, Liam Margetts, K.L, poundedjam, Felix Freiberger, Robert Connell, Jaime Stark, Kolbrandr, , Sebastain Graf, Dan Nelson, Shane O'Brien, Alex, Fujia Li, Harry Eakins, Cody VanZandt, Jesper Koed, Jonathan Craske, Albrecht Striffler, hennersfl, Jon Sjöberg, Igor Francetic, Jack Troup, SexyCaveman , James Munro, Oskar Hellström, Sean Richards, Kedar , Omar Miranda, Alastair Fortune, bitreign33 , Mat Allen, Anne Smith, Rafaela Corrêa Pereira, Colin J. Brown, Princess Andromeda, Aron Kári Ágústsson, Leighton Mackenzie, BenDent, Thusto , Andy Hartley, Lachlan Woods, Tim Boxall, Dan Hanvey, Simon Donkers, Kodzo , James Bridges, Liam , Andrea De Mezzo, Wendover Productions, Kendra Johnson.
The UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has published a landmark report on climate change. Prepared by hundreds of world's top scientists, it lays out the impact of global warming so far, as well as the tools available to prevent climate catastrophe. The report says today's record heat will be ordinary in a generation's time. Meanwhile, Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has denounced a "betrayal" by world leaders for failing to act on climate change. FRANCE 24's Science Editor Shirli Sitbon gives us her analysis. 🤍 🔔 Subscribe to France 24 now: 🤍 🔴 LIVE - Watch FRANCE 24 English 24/7 here: 🤍 🌍 Read the latest International News and Top Stories: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Discover the news in pictures on Instagram: 🤍