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A resource for people looking to find out about the science and the impacts of Climate Change and Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW). This is accomplished by curating scientific, political and business videos, news reports, surveys and polls as well as creating original content. (CHECK OUT OUR HSAWR ORIGINAL VIDEOS) The Pentagon," calls CLIMATE CHANGE an “urgent and growing threat to America's national security” and blames it for “increased natural disasters” that will require more American troops designated to combat bad weather.

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Climate Change Daily Vid Oct 19 2017: North Sea Oil Drill VICE founder Shane Smith

As the bills from climate change start to pile up, Shane Smith investigates the true cost of denial.




The first effects of climate change are already being felt, and projections show that if the world doesn’t take action, there could be over $40 trillion worth of damage around the globe over the next five decades.



Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Climate Change Daily VId Oct 18 2017: What about the Armadillos

Scientists say warmer winters have lured the mammals northwards, bringing with them parasites and diseases.



Armadillos are small to medium-sized mammals. The smallest species, the pink fairy armadillo, is roughly chipmunk-sized at 85 g (3.0 oz) and 13–15 cm (5.1–5.9 in) in total length.

The largest species, the giant armadillo, can be the size of a small pig and weigh up to 54 kg (119 lb), and can be 150 cm (59 in) long. They are prolific diggers. Many species use their sharp claws to dig for food, such as grubs, and to dig dens.

The nine-banded armadillo prefers to build burrows in moist soil near the creeks, streams, and arroyos around which it lives and feeds. The diets of different armadillo species vary, but consist mainly of insects, grubs, and other invertebrates. Some species, however, feed almost entirely on ants and termites.

Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Climated Change Daily Vid Oct 17 2017: Air Pollution 101

What is air pollution? 

Learn how greenhouse gasses, smog, and toxic pollutants effect climate change, and human health.





THE LEADING POLLUTANT Carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, is the main pollutant that is warming Earth. Though living things emit carbon dioxide when they breathe, carbon dioxide is widely considered to be a pollutant when associated with cars, planes, power plants, and other human activities that involve the burning of fossil fuels such as gasoline and natural gas. In the past 150 years, such activities have pumped enough carbon dioxide into the atmosphere to raise its levels higher than they have been for hundreds of thousands of years.

Monday, 16 October 2017

Climate Change Daily Vid Oct 16 2017: Climate Debate in Trump Country

‘Harvey’ Stirs Climate Debate in Trump Country


When the people of Jefferson County, Texas, narrowly voted majority Trump last November, climate change rarely came up as an issue. Then they were devastated by Hurricane Harvey. AP Video by Martha Irvine.

For southeast Texas, recovery after Harvey is slow

In cities, small towns and rural communities throughout southeast Texas, the floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey have receded, but mountains of debris remain. A month after the storm, people are living in tents and trailers or sleeping on the couches of friends and family as they take stock of the damage to their homes and wait for promised help to arrive. After the Category 4 storm made landfall near Rockport on Aug. 25, it lingered inland over the Gulf Coast for four days, dropping almost 50 inches of rain in the Port Arthur-Beaumont area alone.

Sunday, 15 October 2017

Climate Change Daily Vid Oct 15 2017:The Politics of Disasters, Climate Policy

Thousands of firefighters have been battling a series of catastrophic blazes that began Sunday night in the North Bay. As of late Friday afternoon, the death toll had risen to 35.



The Politics of Disasters As fires raced unchecked through California wine country this week, Vice President Mike Pence was in Sacramento raising money for the Republican Party. He stopped to assure Californians that the Trump administration stood ready with federal resources to help manage the disaster. In Washington, D.C., Sen. Dianne Feinstein announced that she was going to run for re-election.

Saturday, 14 October 2017

Climate Change Daily Vid Oct 14 2017: Utilities Knew

Utilities Knew: Documenting Electric Utilities’ Early Knowledge and Ongoing Deception on Climate Change From 1968-2017

Energy and Policy Institute. Watchdog exposing the attacks on renewable energy and countering misinformation.



Scientists had begun to warn electric utilities about climate change by 1968, and by 1988 the industry’s official research and development organization had acknowledged that, “There is growing consensus in the scientific community that the greenhouse effect is real.”

Friday, 13 October 2017

Climate Change Daily Vid Oct 13 207: Climate Change Specialist Jonathan Pershing

"Americans sent more than 8 million comments to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in support of standards limiting carbon pollution from new and existing power plants – the most ever received by the agency.

Clearly the public wants the EPA to protect it from dangerous carbon pollution."

Jonathan Pershing



Jonathan Pershing previously served as the US Department of State's Special Envoy for Climate Change. State has worked to increase the participation and representation of women in climate change discussions. Pershing discusses why he is motivated to pursue this work and the role women have played in combating climate change worldwide.

Jonathan Pershing is the Program Director of Environment at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

He leads a team of grantmakers focused on climate change in the U.S., China, India, Europe and Latin America, and conserving the North American West. He joined the foundation in January 2017.

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Lord Nicholas Stern

Today’s young people can and should hold their parents’ generation to account for their present actions. They can elicit an emotional response that can motivate action. If thinking about the lives of unborn future generations seems too abstract to motivate you to act, try instead looking a young child or grandchild in the eye and asking yourself what sort of future you are leaving for them. There is something that, on reflection, many adults would surely find repugnant in the idea that they will leave their children a damaged planet that will radically affect their life possibilities. Lord Nicholas Stern

Kiribati President Anote Tong

"…I remember I had been trying to convince him to visit Kiribati and he did in 2011. He came to Kiribati and I remember he went to visit one of these communities that was flooded every time there is very high tides and there was this young boy who stepped up to the Secretary General and said Mr. Secretary General, you are a very important man you know, is there something that you can do to ensure I will have a future, that I will have a home. And the Secretary General came back and he said Mr. President I have been listening to you at the General Assembly but I never truly understood what it was you trying to communicate but now I do and I feel and I understand I would do everything that I can”