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To more accurately represent the scientific consensus, he invites 97 scientists and three sceptics into the studio, to comedic effect. The video has gone viral, racking up over five million hits on YouTube to date. One year of data translates into swirling clouds of carbon dioxide in this video by NASA.
Using an ultra high resolution computer model, the visualisation shows how carbon dioxide spreads across the planet, fluctuating across time and space. Climate negotiations in 83 seconds. The UN climate change negotiations have been taking place for more than 20 years.
Climate change is among one of the many topics to attract the ire of comedian David Mitchell. The target of his frustration is environmentalists who claim that quitting fossil fuels will be fun. Tidying the planet is less a fantastic adventure and more like tidying your room, he says: annoying but necessary. A video of American high school teacher Greg Craven using a whiteboard to explain climate risk has proven one of the biggest YouTube hit on climate change to date. The video has almost seven million views, with its success prompting Craven to shoot a sequel and write a book.
Climate scientist Gavin Schmidt takes to the stage to explain climate models. He lays out how they work, what they do and why they are the best option available to scientists trying to predict the future climate of the planet. Bitches be crying about a carbon tax. In this videoAdam Levy turns a gin and tonic into a lesson in sea level rise.
Climategate debunked. His account, potholer54also debunks a number of other climate myths, and has over 90, subscribers. YouTube has been used by many to debunk myths surrounding climate change — but it can also be used to spread them. Science communicator Derek Muller comes face-to-face with the Climate Change - Roska - The Climate Change EP rumour mill himself in a YouTube tee-shirt and explains where he has got the facts wrong on climate science.
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