Kevin Anderson: We can succeed, but humanity is about to choose to fail

In this episode we meet Kevin Anderson, professor of Climate and Energy at the University of Manchester. Kevin talks about the widespread illusion that we can mitigate climate change within business as usual, small steps and some future technology. Instead the understanding that we have a carbon budget forces us to reduce the emissions of … Read more

Will Steffen. Anthropocene, Great acceleration and Feedbacks

This weeks episode is an interview with Will Steffen. He an Australian Earth system scientist and he knows a lot about things like the biosphere, glacial cycles, ocean acidification, fossil industry, geo-engineering, complex system, feedbacks, resilience and tipping points. One of the stories Steffen will share with you is the situation when Nobel prize winner Paul … Read more

Sarah Cornell about The Anthropocene

A conversation with Sarah Cornell, a scientist and researcher at SRC, Stockholm Resilience Centre, about The Anthropocene, ecosystems, feedbacks (both in nature and in models), Planetary Boundaries, the SDGs, dinosaurs and what it takes to create major shifts on this planet. Sarah Cornell is the Coordinator of the Planetary Boundaries research laboratory and the co-convenor of the international … Read more

Brief introduction to SDG by Alan AtKisson

A short interview, January 14, 2016, with Alan AtKisson a scientist, consultant and musician about the SDG:s. He is a hopeful, constructive and committed person with knowledge of the negotiations that led to all countries signing the 169 UN goals.

Naomi Oreskes on Climate Change Skeptics

Naomi Oreskes

A long, but equally informative, video where Naomi Oreskes describes the history of climate science and the industry of denialism.

This is a presentation from march 2010 based off of Oreskes book, ”Merchants of Doubt: How a Handful of Scientists Obscure the Truth about Climate Change”.

/Martin Hedberg

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