Is It Possible to Reverse Global Warming? The average temperature on Earth is rising. And although some have written climate change off as “natural”, according to NASA reports 97% of working scientists agree that the driving force for global warming is human activity. If it’s left unchecked, we could be facing a global catastrophe. So,
– Climate change matters to life on land, but the oceans, they’re so big. They’ll be fine, right? (buzzing) (dinging) When we talk about climate change, we don’t usually talk about the oceans. Instead one of the first things we hear about is global temperature. That’s air temperature up here where we live. Air temperature
[PBS Bumper] [Intro] You know what’s fun? Puppies. Waterslides. Puppies on waterslides. You know what isn’t fun? Thinking about the climate change induced end of the world. And being told it’s your fault. And that the problem is so massive it’ll take all of humanity working together to avoid the collapse of basically everything we
Hi, I’m Al Gore and I’d like to talk to you about the Climate Reality Leadership Corps training program. In 2006, I started the Climate Reality Leadership Corps because I knew that if enough people learned to effectively communicate with their peers the facts about the climate crisis and how it impacts our lives and
Welcome to Alterview – a YouTube channel where we discuss alternate history, alternate science, and different alternate theories across subjects. Our aim is to come up with unlikely answers to questions you did not think about asking, and alternative solutions to different issues across the world. Today, we’ll be discussing an important topic: climate change.
Welcome to another edition of Crash Course! Today — what is that smell? Oh, thanks for the rotten eggs. Who is this — who — why are we doing this? I mean, are going to be using this to illustrate some kind of scientific principle? Because we probably could have, like, used some, like, some
Solution, Suspension and Colloid. After sometime. Let us understand this with the help of an activity. Take some water in 3 separate beakers. Sugar. Lemonade. Add sugar in the 1st beaker. Lemon? Add chalk powder in the 2nd beaker. Add milk in the 3rd beaker. Stir all the mixtures. Direct a beam of light through
Thanks to the funders of Peril & Promise for supporting PBS Digital Studios. What do you get when you mix a potato… a guinea pig… and an alpine mountain climber? The pika! These lovable fluff balls are specially adapted to high altitude life, and just like their habitat, pikas’ future is up in the air.