Tag Archives: Climate Change

Market to Watch: Ramping up climate ambition and green recovery plans for a 1.5°C future

Market to Watch: Ramping up climate ambition and green recovery plans for a 1.5°C future

Market to Watch: Ramping up climate ambition and green recovery plans for a 1.5°C future As the world battles the coronavirus pandemic, it is critical to maintain sight of long-term climate objectives. International commitment to climate action can be the key to enabling economies to recover and rebuild more resilient …

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How Climate Change Effect our Earth Temperature and Ice Caps

How Climate Change Effect our Earth Temperature  and Ice Caps

Hey Guys, In this video Discuused About Climae change happening in our home Planet Earth. We already close to rise the 1 degree of Earth ‘s Overall Temperature. There is anther Emergency which is Climate Change It is Effect on Our 1. Next Human Generation 2 Our Balanced Ecosystem 3. …

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Climate change vs. artificial intelligence | Martin Spano | TEDxTrencin

Climate change vs. artificial intelligence | Martin Spano | TEDxTrencin

In addition to the topics of technological advancement and artificial intelligence, Martin is very close to nature and interested in climate change. Nowadays, when the world’s largest forests are swept by fires and new climate problems are emerging, it is more than necessary to look for unconventional solutions. How can …

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Un café con…Alicia Pérez-Porro

Un café con...Alicia Pérez-Porro

Dr. Alicia Pérez-Porro, a Spanish marine biologist connecting the ocean, gender equality, and science diplomacy for a sustainable future, sat down with the Ambassador of Spain, Santiago Cabanas, for a virtual “café” to talk about her work, the climate emergency, and science diplomacy. “Un café con…” is a new series …

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Sarah Queblatin, Green Releaf Initiative – Communities on Edge 03

Sarah Queblatin, Green Releaf Initiative - Communities on Edge 03

Sarah Queblatin is a regenerative solutions designer weaving advocacy, non-profit management, and consultancy experiences in environmental education, cultural heritage, peacebuilding, and humanitarian assistance for the last 20 years. After responding to conflict and natural disasters in the Philippines, she was inspired to form Green Releaf to support community leaders in …

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Marcus Dittrich, Tamera Ecovillage, Portugal – Communities on Edge 04

Marcus Dittrich, Tamera Ecovillage, Portugal - Communities on Edge 04

Marcus Dittrich is an ecologist and coordinator of the Tamera Ecology garden team. Communities on the Edge: Our Response to the Climate Emergency is a series of videos from the Global Ecovillage Network, exploring how ecovillages and sustainable projects are being affected by, how they are responding to, and what …

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MetLink – Climate Change Water Cycles

MetLink - Climate Change Water Cycles

This short film illustrates the impact that deforestation in the Amazon can have on the weather, climate and flood risk of both local and downstream areas. For teaching resources and further information about the Water Cycle, visit https://www.metlink.org/rainforest-deforestation-the-carbon-and-water-cycles/ This video was first published onSource link . We are just re-posting …

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Bad news for chocolate lovers? Cocoa in Ivory Coast threatened by deforestation

Bad news for chocolate lovers? Cocoa in Ivory Coast threatened by deforestation

As the Christmas holidays approach, could the world soon face a shortage of chocolate? Cocoa trees need stable, tropical temperatures and high humidity. But in Ivory Coast, the world’s top cocoa producer, these climatic conditions are becoming increasingly rare due to deforestation. However, it might not be too late, as Ivory Coast’s authorities …

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Palm oil, biofuels and deforestation: are they linked?

Palm oil, biofuels and deforestation: are they linked?

Instead of helping the environment, most biofuels actually hurt it. More on biofuelsreform.org Biodiesel is the most consumed biofuel in Europe today. The problem? European food-based biodiesel emits, on average, 80% more CO2 than fossil diesel. Palm-oil biodiesel is the worst of all biofuels. It releases three times the greenhouse …

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