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A new NASA report says sea levels along U.S. coastlines are expected to rise as much as 12 inches by 2050, and by the end of the century 13 million Americans could be displaced and $1 trillion worth of property inundated. Correspondent Ben Tracy looks at how residents of North Carolina's Barrier Islands, Galveston, Texas, and Pacifica, Calif., are grappling with changing coastlines, engaged in a battle that Mother Nature is winning. #climatechange #northcarolina #pacifica #galvestontexas "CBS Sunday Morning" features stories on the arts, music, nature, entertainment, sports, history, science and Americana, and highlights unique human accomplishments and achievements. Check local listings for CBS Sunday Morning broadcast times. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" YouTube channel: http:...
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2023 has barely begun, but thanks to global warming, climate scientists are already predicting it will be one of the hottest years ever recorded. But how can we already know the effects of climate change this year, and what role with the natural cycle of El Niño play? Support ClimateAdam on patreon: http://patreon.com/climateadam #ClimateChange #science twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ClimateAdam facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ClimateAdam instagram: http://instagram.com/climate_adam ==MORE INFO== Calculation for hottest year ranks: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1d36RGqNsZsbgGtFrJAeRNw92cIL-Bd9Nws3Nmuqg-68/edit?usp=sharing Met office prediction https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/about-us/press-office/news/weather-and-climate/2022/2023-global-temperature-forecast Winter warmt...
Climate Change 2007, the Fourth Assessment Report of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change , is the fourth in a series of reports intended to assess scientific, technical and socio-economic information concerning climate change, its potential effects, and options for adapt
This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPCC_Fourth_Assessment_Report 00:01:03 1 Sections 00:01:49 2 Working Group I: The Physical Science Basis 00:03:42 2.1 Observations 00:04:02 2.1.1 Changes in the atmosphere 00:05:38 2.1.2 Warming of the planet 00:07:30 2.1.3 Ice, snow, permafrost, rain, and the oceans 00:08:45 2.1.4 Hurricanes 00:10:15 2.2 Factors that warm or cool the planet 00:11:39 2.3 Climate sensitivity 00:12:20 2.4 Model-based projections for the future 00:15:13 2.4.1 Temperature and sea level rise in the various scenarios 00:18:06 2.5 Selected quotes from the Working Group I Summary for Policymakers 00:18:32 2.6 Reaction to Working Group I 00:21:13 3 Working Group II: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability 00:21:49 3.1 Observations ...
In this video, Prof. Ray Bates gives an update on climate science since the IPCC 4th Assessment report This presentation was given at the EPA's Climate Change Conference held on June 30th 2010. The conference showcased new research provided by projects funded under the EPA's Climate Change Research Programme. The Programme, which is coordinated by the EPA, is linked to a number of other state agencies and government departments who support or fund climate change related research. All presentations from the conference are available at: http://www.slideshare.net/EPAIreland For more information on the EPA's role in combating climate change and the work of the Climate Change Research Programme see: http://www.epa.ie/whatwedo/climate/
The Sydney Environment Institute (SEI) and the Australian Centre for Climate and Environmental Law (ACCEL) have collaborated to present a landmark Sydney Ideas event that brings together the nation's leading experts to discuss the implications of this publication. Our panel consisted of four speakers, including Professor Lesley Hughes of Australia's newly formed Climate Council who was a lead author for the UN's IPCC Fourth and Fifth Assessment Reports. Prof. David Schlosberg (0:22) Prof. Lesley Hughes (4:20) Prof. Rosemary Lyster (19:31) Assoc. Prof. Dale Dominey-Howes (35:43) John Connor (49:00)
Revised in December 2015.
IPCC氣候變遷第五次評估報告：統整報告 本影片是由IPCC製作，TCCIP翻譯並提供中文字幕。 This video is produced by IPCC. TCCIP simply translates and provides Traditional Chinese subtitle.
GEN Event, Maison de la Paix, Geneva
The video "All you need to know about the IPCC fifth Assessment Report. Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability" explores the contents of the Report, narrated by Italian authors: *Francesco Bosello, CMCC - FEEM - IPCC WG2 AR5 Contributing Author *Sergio Castellari, CMCC - IPCC Focal Point for Italy *Riccardo Valentini, CMCC - IPCC WG2 AR5 Coordinating Leading Author The video is introduced by Jonathan Lynn, IPCC - Head, Communications and Media Relations. The video was produced jointly by the Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change (CMCC), the Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM) and the International Center for Climate Governance (ICCG).
AAAS Press Conference 14 Feb 2009 Part 1 Chris Field-recent evidence whos how drying out of tropical forests and melting of artic permafrost may amplify pace of global warming beyond earlier prediction.(sorry,late arrival!) Anny Cazanave- sea level rise projections
I'm not sure that I will be very well-suited
To the new post-climate change society
It bothers me
I'm not sure that I have the tools to deal
With the complete collapse of the modern world
I'd be rooted
I burn easily
And my feet get sore when I walk barefoot
I'd last two seconds
I'm not sure that I'd have a chance in a half-drowned,
I'm not sure that I know enough about bush tucker
Or how to get water from cactuses
Aren't they prickly or something
I've got no Indigenous friends
And I'm sure they'd get sussed
If I tried to buddy up to them at this late stage
They'd be onto me
I get bored quickly
If I couldn't stare at a screen all day
I'd have no purpose
I'd be a vegetable
I'm not sure that I'd have a chance in a DIY, make-
Even allowing for the possibility
That it might not be exactly like Mad Max
You can be sure that there'd still be a healthy amount
Of fighting marauders off
And I'm not much good
At fighting marauders off
I learnt this at my year twelve formal
I'm not sure that I have the upper body strength
To cope with all the rowing in an ocean-based world
I'd be completely at sea
And my word-smithery would fall on deaf ears
With the people with hats made of sheep skulls
Then they'd kill me
I'm not sure that there'd be a place for a fey, bookish
In a physically challenging, nomadic, foraging,