We have traced your apples’ journey from the scenic valleys of Himachal Pradesh to the supermarkets to find out, has climate change changed our food? You’ll hear answers to this question from those who are living in the heart of an unfolding climate crisis. Contribute to our documentary to understand …Read More »
Climate Change Crisis Worsens In East Africa
A five-year drought is causing a hunger crisis in East Africa. After NBC News’ Keir Simmons reported on the dire conditions in Kenya last month, UNICEF says viewers’ generosity led to half a million dollars in donations. However, 20 million children there still face drought conditions that are expected to …Read More »
The Climate Change Dictionary | Can Carbon Dioxide Be Sold? Yes! Here's how | The Quint
The Climate Change Dictionary’ is all about the buzzwords of climate change, and in this episode, Sadhika Tiwari explains ‘carbon markets’ – the peculiar and important mechanism of trading carbon dioxide and other pollutants. Video: The Quint Music: BMG Support The Quint’s independent journalism. Become a member now: https://www.thequint.com/plan-selection?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social_tq Join …Read More »
Is the world losing fight against climate change?
앞으로 과학자들이 풀어야 할 ‘기후변화’ 질문들 The global climate conference of world leaders held in Egypt in November seemed significantly more muted than previous COP summits which set out ambitious targets to protect our planet. There was a focus on the promise of innovation and clean technologies as well as …Read More »
Storm Surge Becoming More Dangerous Due To Global Warming, Scientists Say
In Punta Gorda, Florida, Hurricane Ian flooded the streets and littered the area with trees and debris. NBC News’ Kerry Sanders explains why scientists are warning that storm surge will become more severe due to global warming. » Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC » Watch more NBC video: http://bit.ly/MoreNBCNews NBC …Read More »
COP27 kicks off in Egypt to discuss climate change issues including climate compensation
제27차 유엔기후변화협약 당사국회의 개막…개발도상국 보상 첫 논의 The UN Climate Change Conference kicked off on Sunday in Egypt with ways to tackle climate change being discussed. Delegates and NGOs from some 2-hundred countries are participating in COP27, which runs through November 18th. Shin Ha-young reports. The 27th annual UN Climate …Read More »
Is U.S. Nuclear Power Infrastructure Vulnerable To Climate Change And Hurricanes?
Environmentalists are raising concerns about U.S. nuclear power plants – many of which are over 40 years old and in locations vulnerable to sea level rise or natural disasters – and radioactive waste storage. NBC News’ Cynthia McFadden presses officials on how they’re preparing for a potential emergency. » Subscribe …Read More »
Has Climate Change Made Farming a Death Sentence in India?
For most farmers, crop loss means no education for their children, not even two square meals a day, a mountain of debt – poverty, pain, despair, and for some, even suicide. Farmers are left at the mercy of climate change, with little to no state support in India, this year …Read More »
Climate Change Washing Away Beaches In North Carolina’s Outer Banks
The coastline of North Carolina’s Outer Banks is under threat and officials are trying to fortify the area by adding sand to the beaches. NBC News’ Anne Thompson visited the barrier islands to see how residents there are dealing with rising sea levels, which are fueled in part by climate …Read More »
Three rivers across the globe are under threat
From powering towns with electricity to supplying people with food and water, rivers are the lifelines of modern civilization. But relentless heat waves and drought have caused the vital waterways to dry up. A global special report on the water emergency affecting billions around the world. NBC Correspondents Steve Patterson, …Read More »