Tag: global warming

Too close for comfort with polar bears.

Too close for comfort with polar bears.

By Micah Moen 7 Comments February 20, 2020

These cubs are about one and a half years old and probably weigh over 200 pounds, and they’re not shy. 300 feet further off, Mother stands guard. Since they left the den a year ago or more, the mother won’t let them out of her sight. She’ll nurse them for another year, then leave. The […]

Joaquin Phoenix & Extinction Rebellion partner on ‘Guardians of Life’ film

Joaquin Phoenix & Extinction Rebellion partner on ‘Guardians of Life’ film

By Micah Moen 78 Comments February 9, 2020

(heartbeat) – Clear a path! – What do we got, who knows the history? – Wildfires approaching, she was frantic, collapsed. – There’s more. Discharged from four artery bypass yesterday. EMS just brought her in? – All right, somebody draw labs and get a blood gas. – What happened? – Intubated on the way, CPR […]

Climate and Ecological Crisis: Heading for Extinction

Climate and Ecological Crisis: Heading for Extinction

By Micah Moen 7 Comments February 4, 2020

Hello everyone, My name is Rafael Ubal. I have decided to prepare this video in order to inform those viewers who happen to come across it about the basic facts related to our current climate and ecological emergency. My current occupation is as a full-time Professor of Computer Science. And while I don’t conduct environmental […]

#naturenow – Greta Thunberg and George Monbiot on natural climate solutions

#naturenow – Greta Thunberg and George Monbiot on natural climate solutions

By Micah Moen 57 Comments February 1, 2020

This is not a drill. My name is Greta Thunberg and we are living in the beginning of a mass extinction. Our climate is breaking down. Children like me are giving up their education to protest. But we can still fix this. You can still fix this. To survive, we need to stop burning fossil […]

Wildlife experts rush to rescue Australian animals after bushfire crisis

Wildlife experts rush to rescue Australian animals after bushfire crisis

By Micah Moen 0 Comment January 30, 2020

JUDY WOODRUFF: Australia’s bushfires have devastated that country’s wildlife and their habitats. Experts say the lives of some species, whose populations were already at vulnerable levels, may hang in the balance. Science correspondent Miles O’Brien has this report from down under on efforts to rescue animals. It is part of our coverage on the Leading […]

Amazon is changing | Short film | Global warming

Amazon is changing | Short film | Global warming

By Micah Moen 6 Comments January 28, 2020

I grew up in this place as you can see here, you know. The river over here was my swimming pool. We came here, my house was actually back there where the kitchen is So we were like the only family living here. Before I used to walk bare feet Used to walk bare feet […]

When Nature Strikes Back

When Nature Strikes Back

By Micah Moen 100 Comments January 26, 2020

Number 8 Global Warming and Hurricanes While the conversation on global warming has been somewhat polarizing, the vast majority of the global scientific community has reached a consensus regarding its impact. Human activity, namely greenhouse gas emission, is often cited as a major contributor to the global rise in temperature. One of the ways nature […]

How Does Climate Change Affect Natural Disasters?

How Does Climate Change Affect Natural Disasters?

By Micah Moen 11 Comments January 24, 2020

– Extreme weather is now a common staple of our daily news. The UK saw it’s highest temperature ever back in July, while the US had it’s second hottest and second wettest year on record. In fact, temperature records around the world were smashed last year with several countries all experiencing some of their hottest […]

Planting trees to fight climate change in one of the most deforested countries on the planet
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Home TEASER

By Micah Moen 1 Comment January 21, 2020

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