A short and interesting documentary about how the events of 9/11 affected the climate.
The climate has always been changing and when life started no carbon was locked up in the organic matter.
A world first Climate change project involving entine community
World experts gather at Wilton Park to discuss climate change, energy security and plans for achieving low carbon economies in the future.
Climate change experts at the UK's weather centre have been outlining the scientific changes and information systems needed to improve the forecasting of weather in the future.
The UKâs Trade and Development Minister, Mr Gareth Thomas, says climate change is not just an environmental problem; it must be seen as a development issue â particularly for poorer countries around the world.
A parody of the Australian Government's Climate Clever campaign. GetUp! raised over $200000 in 48 hours to run this spot in 50 different markets during the 2007 AFL grand final.
It's possible to grow the economy and at the same dramatically curb greenhouse gases. Watch former U.S.President Bill Clinton, former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair, Ethiopia Prime Minister Meles Zenawi and other leaders discuss practical steps needed to combat climate change, as well as the opportunities for unprecedented economic progress on the African continent.
Brad Pitt, Florida Governor Charles Crist, Cool Globes founder Wendy Abrams and Evangelical Environmental Network President & CEO Jim Ball move beyond the climate change debate to spur action to counter it. At the lunch, Pitt announced a funding commitment to help rebuild New Orleans using green materials and technology.
This TV commercial raised $200,000 in two days! Very clever and funny spoof of an Australian Government Climate Change TV Advertisement...
The Moon's effect on the Earth's rotational axis has a direct effect on our climate. Without it, the world may not have been suitable for life as we know it.
Taken from the documentary: "FirstScience presents: The Moon" available at FirstScience.tv
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A new study by a non-government organisation specialising in finding solutions to conflict emphasises a growing connection between climate change issues and political instability.
The UKâs Environment Minister, Ms. Joan Ruddock, is urging cities and towns throughout the country to urgently come up with their own specific measures to help combat climate change.
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As Australia goes to the polls, Phillip Adams says solutions to the climate crisis require global unity
Saturday November 24th, 2007
Phillip Adams is the presenter of Late Night Live on Australia's ABC Radio National. He has been a contributor to The Times and The Financial Times in London, and to the New York Times. Honors include two Orders of Australia, and the Australian Humanist of the Year (1987) and the Republican of the Year (2005) awards.