35 Burst results for "Global Warming"

Biden Takes Subtle Jabs at Trump at End of G7

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 6 d ago

Biden Takes Subtle Jabs at Trump at End of G7

"President Joe Biden is taking a series of subtle jabs at Donald Trump at the end of the G. seven summit after four years of America first America is back in the business of leading the world alongside nations who share our most deeply held values at a news conference president Joe Biden also highlighted very fundamental differences with his predecessor on climate change some of my colleague said to me when I was there as well the United States is simply that they should recognize there is global warming and I know that sounds silly but you know we had a president who last two basically said it's not a problem for more it is the existential problem facing humanity next stop provided is the NATO summit Monday in Brussels followed by a meeting with Russia's president Wednesday in Geneva Shelley Adler Washington

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The Latest: Biden takes subtle jabs at Trump at end of G7

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 6 d ago

The Latest: Biden takes subtle jabs at Trump at end of G7

"President Joe Biden is taking a series of subtle jabs at Donald Trump at the end of the G. seven summit after four years of America first America is back in the business of leading the world alongside nations who share our most deeply held values at a news conference president Joe Biden also highlighted very fundamental differences with his predecessor on climate change some of my colleague said to me when I was there as well the United States is simply that they should recognize there is global warming and I know that sounds silly but you know we had a president who last two basically said it's not a problem for more it is the existential problem facing humanity next stop provided is the NATO summit Monday in Brussels followed by a meeting with Russia's president Wednesday in Geneva Shelley

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Attenborough: G-7 Must Speed up Climate Action

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 d ago

Attenborough: G-7 Must Speed up Climate Action

"G. seven leaders are talking about climate change on the final day of the summit in England with naturalist David Attenborough warning they must take urgent action to avoid human based environmental catastrophe I can process global warming and loss of biodiversity of the only doubt us is the fact that he says our societies and nations are unequal the question sons forces us to address specifically in twenty twenty one is whether as a result of these intertwined facts we're on the verge of destabilizing the entire planet the naturalist adds if that he's so then decisions we make this decade in particular the decisions made by the most economically advanced nations of the most important in human history Charles the last month London

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Keystone Pipeline Canceled After Biden Had Blocked Permit

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Keystone Pipeline Canceled After Biden Had Blocked Permit

"The long standing dispute over the keystone XL pipeline has ended with the Canadian energy company scrapping the project T. C. energy says it will work with government regulators to ensure a safe exit from the partially built pipeline that it was planning to use to run crude from the oil sand fields of western Canada to Nebraska and then use other lines to the Gulf coast the company cites the inability of Canadian officials to persuade president Biden to reverse his cancellation of the pipeline's permit the pipeline had been a campaign issue former president trump revived the project saying it would create thousands of construction jobs but president Biden halted it over local environmental issues and overall concerns that burning oil sands crude would worsen global warming hi Jackie Quinn

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Why Savant Systems' Acquisition of GE Lighting is the Future of High-End Smart Home

Project Voice 2021

03:03 min | Last week

Why Savant Systems' Acquisition of GE Lighting is the Future of High-End Smart Home

"Across all industries and the data that is associated with these technological solutions sets us on the path to global scaling an unimaginable business growth. Which is the best way for me to introduce my colleague and my friend betty. Davita betty is a global executive with expertise in digital transformation and consumer financial services. Betty is currently the chief business officer and member of the board for finn. Connector a technology company which connects digital platforms and solutions and financial services companies via an api platform to accelerate digital transformation and open banking. Betty is also the founder of bet. Deb solutions a fintech advisory practice where she works with emerging companies on strategy value creation partnerships and the path to global warming previously. Betty served as the chief commercial officer of digital payments labs at for mastercard and prior to that that he held various leadership positions at city. Which is where we work together. Welcome betty thank you betty as the first question. I'm certain our audiences would be interested in your perspective of the digital transformation. That's taking place today in financial services we'd love to hear what are you seeing in the market and what business problems are being solved with these continuously evolving technologies. That's it's a loaded question. And i'll try to answer at At a couple of kind of macro levels and then try and get a bit into What we're seeing in different regions around the world. I mean at the macro level. It's clear that financial institutions can't continue to develop everything here right the notion of proprietary developmenh is just. It's not sustainable from the standpoint of the speed and velocity by which they need to turnaround new solutions. They've got a competitive landscape of thousands of been tax in stored ops that are entering the market and providing services at a level that You know consumers. Sme's incorporates see in their everyday transactions. And so there's so much friction that's been taken out of the equation with many of the digital giants and these new solutions. Banks can't continue to

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Climate Change: Where's the Science?

The Mark Levin Show

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Climate Change: Where's the Science?

"Are many experts who reject the whole idea manmade climate change. But there's a reason. Why the american marxists would they help people like truck tot who's ignoramus change our language from global cooling to global warming climate change because it includes everything every single thing that happens in our country. If you look at liberty and tyranny. I have a whole chapter on this member. That mr producer i put. The list of newspaper articles on climate change was causing back. Then we called it a global warming. It went on page after page after page after page. Because you see ladies and gentlemen. The science

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Study Blames Climate Change for 37% of Global Heat Deaths

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Study Blames Climate Change for 37% of Global Heat Deaths

"A new study blames climate change for thirty seven percent of global heat deaths more than one third of the world's he deaths each year or do directly to global warming that's according to the latest study to calculate the human cost of climate change dozens of researchers who looked at he tests in seven hundred and thirty two cities around the globe from nineteen ninety one to twenty eighteen calculated that thirty seven percent were due to higher temperatures from human caused warming the study in the journal nature climate change found about thirty five percent of heat deaths in the U. S. can be blamed on climate change that's a total of more than eleven hundred deaths a year in about two hundred cities I'm surely after

World Now Likely to Hit Watershed 1.5 °C Rise in Next Five Years

UN News

00:49 sec | 3 weeks ago

World Now Likely to Hit Watershed 1.5 °C Rise in Next Five Years

"Are increasing that the average global temperature will rise beyond one and a half degrees celsius above pre industrial levels. In at least one of the next five years. The agency has announced in a new report. Is you don't thursday the world meteorological organization. Wmo said that there was a forty percent chance that the watershed global warming. Mark will be met by twenty twenty five and these also are increasing with time head of the agency. Professor petrie talos warned that increasing temperatures meant more melting ice higher sea levels more heat waves and other extreme weather along with great impact on food security health the environment and sustainable development the world meteorological organisation. Secretary-general also native that. It was now possible to track greenhouse gas emissions back to their sources in order to slash emissions and achieve carbon neutrality.

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Hot Air: Emissions Reduction

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:57 min | Last month

Hot Air: Emissions Reduction

"The world. Is it a climate crisis addressing it will require coordinated action by governments around the world to avoid the worst effects of climate change. It's necessary to limit global warming to well below two degrees celsius and ideally one and a half degree celsius relative to preindustrial temperatures in two thousand fifteen hundred and ninety seven countries signed the paris climate agreement and agreed to do just that central to that plan is for the world to reach net zero emissions by the middle of the century. It's a pledge that many world leaders have now signed up to. Let's make it our collective commitment to get to net zero by two thousand fifty hundred renewable energy by twenty fifty asia oca- they'll do think on our journey to net zero twenty five zero emissions by no later in twenty-fifty today the international energy agency the world's energy watchdog published report. It gave its verdict on what it would take to meet that twenty fifty target so the ira have laid out one of the first ever road maps to how wealth might get to net zero emissions by twenty fifty. She's looking at the kind of policies that would have to underpin countries climate change pledges ritual. Jobs writes about climate change for the economist is a very very ambitious path. They say that is achieved. Wu is narrow but it is theoretically possible but it would have to take absolutely everything from all countries in the world starting right now and what does it mean to throw everything at the problem. So the is advocating for a massive shift towards renewable energy by comparison twenty twenty record year for renewable energy being added to the mix two hundred and eighty extra gigawatts. You would have to do four times that amount every year between now and twenty thirty events chance of getting towards net zero emissions by twenty fifty dot is roughly the equivalent of installing the world's largest park every day

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Increases in Extreme Precipitation Cost the U.S. $73 Billion

Climate Connections

01:09 min | Last month

Increases in Extreme Precipitation Cost the U.S. $73 Billion

"Torrential. Rainstorms can flood homes. Wash out roads and bridges and destroy crops over the past. Three decades flooding from heavy precipitation has caused about two hundred billion dollars of damage in the. Us francis davenport is a phd student. In earth system science at stanford university. She wanted to know how much of that enormous price tag can be blamed on global warming. We've seen that extreme precipitation events are increasing in frequency or intensity and so we wanted to quantify what are the financial costs of those changes in precipitation. Her team analyzed historic rainfall trends and financial data about flood damages over decades. They estimated that between nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight and twenty seventeen about seventy three billion dollars. A flood damage can be attributed to increases in extreme precipitation. That's more than a third of the cost of flooding over those thirty years. So devonport says that people are already paying the financial cost of warming world. I think having those hard dollar amounts is really important for some of these policy conversations about what to do.

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Women Scientists Launch Climate Campaign Aimed at Mothers

Climate Connections

01:11 min | Last month

Women Scientists Launch Climate Campaign Aimed at Mothers

"Six percent of americans are worried about global warming among moms that number is even higher. We know that climate change is a threat to all people and in particular are kids. Melissa bird has a young daughter and she's a climate scientist at colorado state university. She says that although many moms are worried about global warming many do not feel equipped to take action. They don't have the resources to understand the climate issue completely and aren't sure what they can actually do to tackle it so burden. A group of other women. Scientists teamed up to create a campaign called science. Moms moms tend to trust other moms. And we scientists want to be that credible neutral messenger to educate moms to inspire moms and really empower them to use their voices on its website. The science mom's group provides short videos debunked. Climate myths and offers ways to get involved for example includes a sample letter. Descend to a member of congress. Bird says the website is designed for moms but we want all parents to have a better understanding of what climate change is all about and then get all to really want to take action in that

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Researchers: Climate Pledges See World Closing on Paris Goal

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Researchers: Climate Pledges See World Closing on Paris Goal

"Scientists say recent pledges with the U. S. and other nations could help cut global warming up three point six five height by the end of the century but only if goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by two thousand fifty succeed more than one hundred ninety countries agreed in Paris six years ago to keep average temperature increases below that level ideally no more than two point seven five height but two thousand one hundred compared to pre industrial times the climate action tracker compiled by a group of researchers who translate emission pledges into temperature estimates projected that the wall is currently set to overshoot the Paris accords target by zero point nine degrees the new climate institute says if one hundred thirty one countries that make up almost three quarters of global emissions meet their pledged or discussed net zero goal then the two degree target could be met I'm sorry a shockingly

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Christian College Offers Online Course on Global Warming

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Christian College Offers Online Course on Global Warming

"Brian webb wants more conservative. Christians get involved in climate action to is really missing the ball on this. We are not actively engaging with what is one of the most complicated and important issues facing humanity. Today web is the sustainability director at houghton college a small christian college in new york state this spring. He's teaching an online class. Called god and climate change that helps. Christians engage with global warming to reach people who may be skeptical. the course starts with the common ground. Faith this idea of god made the world and called it. Good this idea. Jesus says that the two most important things you can do is love god and love your neighbors. Well how are we loving. God if we are intentionally disregarding and trashing the world that he has made and how are we love our neighbors if we're not proactively working to care for the ways that they're being impacted by the climate crisis. The course also includes climate science and features guest lecturers who are experts in their fields. Houghton college is made the class available to the public for free and web says when it ends. The class recordings will be available online. The topic is too important to not get it out there in front of people as widely as possible.

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"global warming" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"global warming" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"As melting ice raises the sea level. Those islands are sinking fifty four year old to blue resident nozzle lettuce. A tiny didn't believe in climate change. Not until the ocean or the beach in front of her home now. Sedonia sleeps a few meters from the water and it creeps closer every year. She told the guardian quote. I have been learning. The things that are happening are the result of man especially from other countries. It makes me sad but andrew stand other countries. Do what is best for their people. All i want is for the bigger countries to respect us and think of our lives. The islands are estimated to be underwater within the century so cetinje and other to balloons of tough choice. Elevation or relocation their nation can either dredge up the sea floor and add height to the islands at enormous cost or they can evacuate unfortunately the plight of the eleven thousand islanders hardly seems like a headline for global climate apocalypse but for the roughly eight million people living in southern florida. It could be a warning sign low. Lying coastal regions are next on the earth's block. The sea levels will keep rising and the next evacuation could be miami earth's history of natural warming and cooling even if it wasn't as fast as before is evidence that global warming could be caused by both man made and.

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"global warming" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:42 min | 2 months ago

"global warming" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Manmade co two emissions only for around three percent of total co two and all greenhouse gases combined are less than three hundreds of a percent of the atmosphere. All the hubbub is over a fraction of a fraction of the air we breathe. We can't dismiss. What swedish chemist arrhenius. Fan back in eighteen ninety-five though. Co two is like a volume knob. It disproportionately affects the other gases in the atmosphere like water vapor a little extra. Co two drastically affects. How much heat is trapped. Although co two levels and average temperatures have fluctuated a lot throughout our planet's history. Some believe it's a matter of when it's measured think of it this way. If you pour a cup of hot coffee in the morning it will probably be cold by lunchtime. But ten seconds after its poured. It's practically the same temperature so the time that we choose to compare can vastly changed the results. That's true compared to the coldest year of the millennium. Every year looks warmer but the planet is not like a single cup of coffee. Earth's climate are like ten thousand cups of coffee all poured from different pots. And the only time they all been heating up in the same way is in the last hundred years since human started burning fossil fuels. But we still have to account for the medieval warm period. This era from about nine hundred ce to thirteen hundred ce brought higher temperatures to europe likely caused by increased solar radiation and fewer volcanic eruptions in the four hundred years following that temperatures went back down cooling by two degrees celsius or three point. Six degrees fahrenheit so modern warming could be the earth's way of recovering from the lower levels but these temperature changes were regional. The warm period was in the northern hemisphere specifically around the north atlantic coasts. Today the problem is that global temperatures are getting consistently higher and terrifyingly fast. Just ask the residents of two blue to blue. As a tiny pacific nation with eleven thousand people spread out over nine islands as melting ice raises the sea level. Those islands are sinking fifty four year old to blue resident nozzle lettuce. A tiny didn't believe in climate change. Not until the ocean or the beach in front of her home now. Sedonia sleeps a few meters from the water.

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"global warming" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:14 min | 2 months ago

"global warming" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"More secrets you uncover. The more lies are exposed and the darker it gets twisted tale. The truth is how you see it. Free forms cruel summer now streaming on hulu now back to the story well. Climate gate rocked the environmental research community. Scientists continued gathering measurements independent observations. From around the globe formed a consensus. The earth was heating up and climates. Were changing all thanks to humans but some skeptics have another theory which brings us to our second conspiracy. Climate change is a natural process in human activities. Have nothing to do with it. One thing is for certain. The earth's climate is always changing. A city might get more snow one year and less snow than next. Sometimes it rains in the desert occasionally. The same small town gets hit by two tornadoes in one year. The truth is everything involved with. Climate is either cyclical or unstable including the earth itself. That's because this huge space rock wing live on isn't a perfect sphere. It's technically called an oblate spheroid. It's like a slightly deflated basketball. Which means our plan. It doesn't spend perfectly on its axis it wobbles. Not only that. The earth doesn't orbit around the sun and a perfect circle either so there is more or less solar radiation depending on how far from the sun. We are in space and it varies every single year. Even the sun itself doesn't give off the same amount of heat all the time essentially everything that goes into making earth warm and cozy for life forms is and always has been changing the effects might be slide in planetary terms but can affect regional climates drastically take for example glaciers. Dr gary steinhardt. A soil scientist posits that glaciers naturally move every two hundred thousand.

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"global warming" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

03:17 min | 2 months ago

"global warming" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Had skeptics which leads us to our first conspiracy theory that these scientific data it was based on was falsified in global warming wasn't real after all some scientists claim the earth was actually cooling down and some of the data showed they were correct in nineteen seventy four time magazine. Investigated and intriguing. Theory literacy might be headed into another ice age. A columbia university climatologist named george kuka found that ice and snow levels in the northern hemisphere had increased in nineteen seventy one by twelve percent. According to him this wouldn't happen if the planet was heating up. The article also discussed the expansion of something called the circum polar vortex. This was a tunnel of cold moving air high in the atmosphere. The magazine pointed to that as the cause of abnormal weather phenomena in north america and africa not global warming another potential cause of global cooling. That emerged in. This era was aerosols known as chlorofluorocarbons or cfc's they often came from old. Refrigerators and aerosol cans like hairspray. These tiny gas particles reflected sunlight out of the atmosphere which led to cooler temperatures in massive. Amounts they blocked enough sunlight to have a cooling effect on the scale of a volcanic eruption if the atmosphere was earth's warm blanket then cfc's were like snow falling on top of it. Eventually it would make things colder and there was plenty of data to prove that. Cfc's were doing just that from around nineteen forty-five to nineteen seventy when cfc's were used more frequently. Temperatures in the us where about half a degree lower than average climate studies website called carbon brief concluded that global warming was quote offset by cooling from human produced atmospheric aerosols and fortunately the data also revealed that this offset wasn't enough because fossil fuel emissions were increasing faster than any time in recorded history. Meaning that the heat. That wasn't reflected by cfc's was growing. So yes cfc's may have had cooling effect fact but they couldn't keep up with the influx of carbon dioxide that was warming the planet and on top of that cfc's were becoming illegal worldwide governments ban. Cfc's up through the nineteen nineties because they had a terrible side effect while they seemingly helped fight global warming they also destroyed a thin vital slice of the atmosphere that blocked solar radiation the ozone layer damaged ozone layer post serious health consequences like increased skin cancer risk. There was also evidence that direct exposure to cfc's.

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"global warming" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

11:26 min | 2 months ago

"global warming" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Stop some of the most damaging trends in economic development however one technological advancement in the eighties did prove valuable to the fight against global warming when he finally got a bird's eye view of the planet's atmosphere from outer space throughout the nineteen eighties. Nasa developed a program for studying earth's climate. It was called mission to planet earth. And it melded. With other agency. Programs to provide data about our planet from above. The program eventually culminated in multiple launches. That put weather in. Geo mapping satellites into orbit the missions were staggered out over several years and became known as the earth observing system nasa was establishing climate monitoring apparatus. Much like keeling had done on. Mouna loa the satellites could take measurements of the atmosphere from above with highly calibrated instruments. They could even pinpoint spikes and co two over particular landmasses. It was a high note for climate studies providing new cutting edge data on the changing atmosphere. But there was still doubt among politicians especially in the. Us they didn't believe the data showed in impending threat so in nineteen eighty eight one of nasa's top researchers decided to prove the point once and for all on june twenty third james hanson. The director of nasa goddard institute arrived at the us capitol building with a single mission convince congress that global warming was a threat. Anson had been invited to speak by senator. Tim wirth of colorado worth. They've been doing his own digging and learned about the calendar effect and the keeling curve. He wanted hanson to tell the story of climate change and offered to help with the irony. Worth seems to have arranged to have the air conditioning turned off in the room. While hanson spoke about rising temperatures when hanson took the stage. He was already so. Were the other senators seated before him. He told them that humans were causing the earth to warm up and it was time to stop debating the facts to back up. His argument hansen pointed out the window. The thermometers read one hundred and one degrees fahrenheit record high for washington. Dc in june bit. Hanson had more than that one warm day as proof. The first five months of the year had been warmer than any other time since record keeping began. He concluded that. Nineteen eighty-eight was likely to be humanity's warmest year ever of course hanson. Suspect that this heat wave was just getting started. Hanson's speech at the capitol set off a wave of new interest in global warming the number of scientific articles written about it tripled just a year later. Environmental journalist bill mckibben published a book called the end of nature. It was the first taxed that boiled down climate change science for non-scientists in it. Mcgibbon calculated the tipping point for carbon dioxide. Co two surpassed more than three hundred fifty parts per million in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine if the atmosphere became any more saturated mcgibbon speculated that some climate changes would become permanent like the loss of sea ice unfortunately the co two levels. Continue to rise through the nineteen nineties and so did global temperatures around earth day. Nineteen ninety eight and article in the science journal. Nature featured a data graph called the hockey stick compiled earth's average temperatures for the past six centuries. It showed a long flat average for five hundred years than the temperatures skyrocketed in the last one hundred it looked like a hockey stick lying on. Its side this meant. The earth wasn't just heating up. It was heating up incredibly fast. Though the actual temperature increases were fractions of a degree on a planetary scale. It was a huge change and practically overnight just before the hockey stick graph was published most of europe and over forty other nations agreed to reduce carbon emissions. This measure was called the kyoto protocol. The ad set an emissions reduction target of around five percent below nineteen ninety levels. Unfortunately the united states withdrew from the protocol for years later after the election of president. George w bush bought four years after that withdrawal. A stark reminder of climate change struck the us the disaster gripped headlines and earned an infamous name katrina on august. Twenty ninth two thousand five. Hurricane katrina struck new orleans head on the city flooded overnight and severe winds destroyed countless buildings causing over one hundred billion dollars in damage. Nearly twelve hundred people were killed later. Studies showed that hurricane katrina would have been an abnormally strong disaster in any century but the damage it caused was much more severe because of climate change specifically due to rising sea levels as the planet warmed up the polar ice melted this dumped billions of gallons of new water into the oceans essentially. The see was like a bathtub. Filled to the brim in the hurricane was a hand sloshing through the water it was bound to overflow though man made construction errors compounded the damage. The storm surge was up to sixty percent worse than it might have been a century earlier. Higher sea levels meant more. Water cascaded ahead of the storm and in and dated to city the severity of hurricane katrina and other storms like it inspired a new field within climate studies called extreme event attribution climate change seemed to be increasing the number of severe weather events in the early two thousands stronger storms weren't the only fatal results africa experienced longer. Droughts russia lost a whole season of wheat crops and southeast asia endured endless delusions of rain and then there were the chain reaction disasters for example along china's yang c. river. Climate change led to increases in schistosomiasis a parasitic infection. That leaves blood in the gastrointestinal tract. A twenty two year long study so that as the rainy seasons grew longer and more severe the river flooded more frequently. This led to a proliferation of snail species. That carried the parasites more snails. Lead to more infections enduring these wetter years almost three times. As many victims contracted the disease bloody urine was possibly fatal and became one of the many unpredictable results due to abnormal weather by two thousand fifteen the effects of climate change were becoming too numerous to track the rising temperatures in the mission levels. Were now a global emergency that same year. The mount lowe a monitoring station in hawaii hit a stunning new benchmark. For the first time the average atmospheric carbon dioxide was over four hundred parts per million. This was far beyond the projected. Three hundred and fifty parts per million estimates the point of no return. The changes to earth's equilibrium were happening faster than a nineteenth century. Scientists would have ever dreamed and faster than any twentieth century. scientists could believe sadly well. Academics debated over annual co two and temperature reports. Part of a canadian town called fort mcmurray burned to the ground. The terrifying images of fort mcmurray residents evacuating through ten story. Flames went viral in may two thousand sixteen. The fire started during an abnormal heat. Wave that brought temperatures over thirty degrees higher than average combined with a dry warm winter in canada. The surrounding forest was like a tinderbox. Nobody knew where the first spark came from but the fire tore into the city. Eighty thousand people got trapped in its path climate researcher. Dr mike flanagan notes. That since nineteen seventy the amount of canadian lands scorched by wildfires had doubled he feels they are now unavoidable with such abnormally hot dry conditions. Deadly wildfires weren't just affecting canada two years after fort mcmurray tragedy california's campfire ignited the northern part of the state during severe drought. It became the deadliest blaze in the state's history. Killing eighty five people the flames ravaged over one hundred and fifty thousand acres and almost fourteen thousand homes. It was one of the cost news disasters in the world that year. The increase of fires floods and droughts around the world are now consistently headline news carbon emissions and environmental regulations often dominate government summits and seventeen of the eighteen warmest years in human history. Have all been since two thousand one. The last time earth had this much. Co two was eight hundred thousand years ago long before modern humans were even present so now the question facing scientists and humanity isn't whether the earth will survive these changes. It's whether we will but that isn't the only question there's also skepticism about the severity of anthropogenic climate change. We'll dive deeper into some of those questions next time. Starting with conspiracy theory number one. Global warming isn't real. The data is being faked by vast united group of scientists or conspiracy theory number two climate shifts might be totally natural process and humanity isn't to blame at all or conspiracy theory number. Three corporations are manipulating the facts about climate change and turning massive profits from the hype for the last century. Fossil fuel industries have made an unfathomable amount of money. But.

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Catholic seminary installs a solar farm shaped like a cross

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Catholic seminary installs a solar farm shaped like a cross

"From their plane. Windows people traveling to and from chicago may notice the shape of a cross in a field outside the city. This cross is made entirely of rows of solar panels that helped power a catholic seminary. The shape of it is really something. I think is special. Father john carter is the rector and president of online seminary at the university of saint mary of the lake he says the three hundred kilowatt array which went online in december is the first solar installation at a. Us catholic seminary. The project is saving the seminary money on electric bills and karchi says it represents the environmental stewardship. That's central the catholic. Teaching six years ago pope francis wrote in and cyclical a formal letter that called upon the world to reduce its use of fossil fuels and limit global warming and long even before pope francis. It's been part of the catholic. Social justice tradition recognizing that care for the earth. You know isn't just sort of one. Amongst many good tasks we should take on but it really is central to creation which we receive as a gift from god so he says going solar made sense financially and as an expression of the catholic faith.

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Recognizing misinformation about the climate

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Recognizing misinformation about the climate

"Teachers have a lot to cover in their classrooms. So many skim over climate change. But sarah a middle school science teacher in dalton. Georgia is committed to making time for it. Our students are begging us to talk about this. They are begging us to address it to see it and to help them process and make sense of it. So odd finds ways to make connections between climate change and the other material. She's teaching for example. A lesson about how he won or molecules can help students understand why warming temperatures caused more extreme rain or a unit about how surfaces absorb and reflect. Light provides an opportunity to explain why the dark ocean absorbs more solar energy than white snow and ice and melting sea ice can accelerate global warming. Odd says one goal is to prepare students to critically evaluate what they see on the news and social media so they can better identify information. Our students need that scientific literacy to be able to say. I know that's not true. I know that's not accurate and be able to read media articles with a healthy level of skepticism as well as a critical eye

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Food Rescue Group in Hawaii Reduces Food Waste

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 3 months ago

Food Rescue Group in Hawaii Reduces Food Waste

"Last year covid. Nineteen lockdowns forced many restaurants to close and events to be cancelled at the last minute. So a lot of food that was already purchased stood to be wasted. There were a lot of businesses that were faced with that harsh reality that they just had so much food. That could not be utilized. Philip kosta directs the harvest a hawaiian food rescue organization. The group quickly mobilized to collect that and distributed tip people in need as the pandemic warren chefs whose restaurants were closed rush to help meet the growing demand. Aloha harvest partnered with an organization called chef. Who we and we started to prepare foods and get that out to the community so ready to eat ready a heat type of meals. Rescuing food not only helps feed people. It can also reduce global warming pollution because last food needs to be grown packaged and shipped and less waste and up rotting and landfills and releasing methane a potent greenhouse gas. We wanna make sure that everything that's produced is consumed in some way and not wasted. We need to do a much better job of utilizing our precious food

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Tesla cars can be bought in Bitcoin

Techmeme Ride Home

01:22 min | 3 months ago

Tesla cars can be bought in Bitcoin

"Hey you can now buy a tesla with coin. Only in the us for now but coming to everyone later this year pudding cnbc in order to accept the payment. Musk said tesla is using internal and open source software. He added that tesla quote operates. Bitcoin not directly and quote nodes are computers on bitcoin's network that work to verify transactions and avoid the cryptocurrency from being spent twice tesla's image as an environmentally friendly car company sits at odds with the bitcoin networks colossal carbon footprint researchers at the university of cambridge found that it uses more electricity on an annual basis than the whole of argentina. A twenty eighteen paper published in nature arguably the most prestigious academic journal in the world found that bitcoin emissions alone could push global warming above two degrees celsius and quote. So there's that also. I guess my only question is given the to me. M- religions de monster ones of tesla investing and join investing. Who is the bigger winner in terms of bull case scenario from this news actually though i have another question. Wouldn't you feel silly. Spending bitcoin to buy a car only to see bitcoin potentially three or five or ten x in a few years. Time like who would do this.

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Brian Schubert, University of Louisiana at Lafayette  Using Fossil Plants to Measure Climate Change

The Academic Minute

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Brian Schubert, University of Louisiana at Lafayette Using Fossil Plants to Measure Climate Change

"What can fossils teach us about. The future of climate change doctor lin pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute. Brian schubert associate professor in the school of geosciences at the university of louisiana digs end. To look ahead. We learn as children that all plants require water and carbon dioxide to grow. The water comes from rain or melted. Snow that infiltrates into the earth and enters the plant through the roots all the carbon dioxide diffuses through pores into the plant's leaves every plant on planet. Earth uses these two ingredients to form new compounds via photosynthesis when the plant dies a fortunate few are buried beneath layers of silt and sand removed from the ravages of oxygen decomposition and preserved in the geologic record as a geochemists. My job is to analyze the chemical remains of these fossilized photosynthesis to answer questions like when was the last time. Carbon dioxide levels were as high as today and how will global warming effect precipitation patterns across the planet to answer these questions. We studied the products of photosynthesis that had been locked away for millions of years. Within fossilized plant remains we do this using a specialized piece of equipment called an ratio mass. Spectrometer this machine has a giant magnet that separates and then counts individual molecules freed from within the fossils by first heating to over one thousand degrees celsius. These liberated molecules contain the exact same carbon oxygen atoms that once made up the carbon dioxide and water that were combined many millions of years ago. by the plant's photosynthetic. Machinery has shown that these compounds provide a chemical fingerprint of the amount of rainfall that fell over the forest and the amount of carbon dioxide available for photosynthesis many eons ago. Our end result is a veritable weather report of changing climate across millions of years of earth. His that implicates changing carbon dioxide concentrations as the primary perpetrator for perturbing earth's climate past and present. That was brian shubert of the university of louisiana.

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"global warming" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"global warming" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"I'm going to be so fit by beach season. That i'm gonna look like some kind of a fighter. Undisputed like Movie store because i'm going to have to. Because i'm now colleagues with an enemy fighter. Movie star gina carano disney plus disney the walt disney company. They try to cancel her because she made perfectly ordinary comments that were in no way objectionable really cancelled her because she's a conservative. Well that's fine. Their losses are gain. We hired gina. She's going to be working on a movie with us i. It's going to be our first in house movie. It's going to be absolutely terrific now. Disney's got what to push their content to push their cancel culture. We have you. And if i had the choice between eight or nine billion dollars or you i'm not i'm not saying i would answer right away. Okay i'm not saying i wouldn't take a minute to think about it but i think i would still stick with you. I like to think i would stick with you. I thank you so much for your support. We need you to subscribe to daily wire dot com slash. Subscribe to save twenty five percent using promo code gina g i n a feeling dot com slash subscribe. We'll be right back with a lot more cozy joe. Eleven his eyelids flutter falling asleep in the rocking chair by the fire in the oval office and then his administration pushes radical policies. They're pushing them by the way through executive orders. If these policies are so radical they actually are certain that they'd be able to get them through their own legislative majorities democrats control the house. They control the senate and still be biden's policies are so radical. They think. I don't know maybe we won't get joe manchin. Maybe we won't get your cinema. Jen psaki our favourite current white house. Press secretary was asked about executive orders curtailing second amendment rights. She couldn't rule it out. What.

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"global warming" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

02:00 min | 4 months ago

"global warming" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"As freezing cold weather takes over much of the united states some snarky conservatives are claiming that they wish we had some global warming. This is extremely ignorant though very very ignorant to tie a weather event to the climate because of the democrats told us time and time again weather is not climate unless of course those weather events are convenient for the democrats climate arguments which case every single weather event is proof of global warming. But even more broadly okay beyond one winter storm here one hurricane there. What democrats have told us if they told us wants. They've told us a thousand times any weather event whatsoever whether it's hot whether it's cold whether it's dry whether it's wet whether it's perfectly temperate. Any weather event at all is proof of global warming. Okay and that's just the science we're gonna follow the science all the way down on a whole host of topics. I'm michael knowles. Is the michael knowles show. It's like goodness gracious guys. Can't you read a blog can't you. Can't you read some blue checkmark leftists on twitter to know that the science is whatever the left-wingers say how dare you make jokes about global warming as i broadcast here from my house Third day in a row another snow day. Here in beautiful nashville. My favorite comment from yesterday. From larry who says it's so cold here in texas. I went outside and saw politicians hands in his own pockets. Wow that really shocking. My goodness then was be the coldest weather we've seen in quite a while but don't worry don't worry because while these politicians are trying to warm up their hands in their own pockets at the same time. I don't know how they're capable of this. They are still reaching into yours and their spending your money on some pretty bad stuff which we will get to in just a moment. You know. I've been snowed in here with my.

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"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Yeah exactly in all this stuff like recycling you think while i mean another it's good because there's no trash but no trash means is not going to that landfill and that means it's not releasing a bad gases into the atmosphere so yup this all affects your carbon footprint recycling to how long you take a shower because you're using hot water and that water has to be heeded somehow yep and i mean if this has become like an issue for you them than maker one of the things you vote on to like vote for people who care about this and will um make sure that that regulations are put into place that that fight climate change in the big one there are politicians out there that care very much about this yeah i remember after we pull out of the paris accord like a few cities said more still doing this for an a stick to it regardless yeah um yeah you can do it your city can do it other people can do the rest of the world uh except for nicaragua and syria from her correctly you remember um if you wanna know more about a global warming to step outside uh an since i said that it's time for listener me uh i'm gonna call this so smart i don't get it but remember during the building podcast we read listen or male about uh we s y you get sleepy when you read yes while we had a chiropractor right in in he says he has the answer and i don't know if this is right or not but it certainly sounds good to me so he's a chiropractor and he studied uh functional neurology in school and he said the answer is that when you're reading your eyes move latterly has a scan the page this involves the lateral wrecked us muscle the eye which is innovated by the six cranial nerves the abductions you'll hear it to the abductions originates in the ponds and the brain stem and what happens is that as you activate this nerve through reading you also activate the pontoh meduri reticulose formation or p m r f.

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"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"The amazing so chuck speaking of two thousand fourteen there is um uh something big that happened the paris accords yes and in two thousand fourteen i think one hundred ninety five countries came together and said you know what we're going to do something we're going to do everything we can to keep the global average temperature from increasing two degrees above normal two degrees celsius i should say because that that was kind of a largely agreed upon tipping point that there would be a lot more extreme weather sea level rise we would feel the effects of climate change from a two degrees celsius increase in global temperature and so they took this really interesting approach where they said um the instead of us coming up with a multi government group that decrees stuff we're going to just decentralise the whole thing and how about every country come up with what their country can do on their own to fight grew to fight um global warming and then we'll bring them all together and everybody will take a pledge and we'll go do it any it was hugely successful like out of one hundred ninety five countries a hundred and sixty eight have ratified it and the us had had a pretty good plan as well um i think we were going to we are going to pledge that we would reduce our climate emissions something like twenty six 28 percent by 20 25 which would be a huge significant um contribution to fighting global warming bite we got pulled out of that one i think in in two thousand seventeen that's correct.

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"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Uh that's not funny at all by the way i guess not just the way you put it was um so one of the other devastating effects in this one is um kennedy tougher to predict because we don't have it really seen what can happen with are living human eyeballs but ecosystems um and i think we did to be do on ecosystems as a whole or just and we talked about it forever and everything i think he's just popped up in so many elements seems like that yeah we definitely covered coral reefs and things like that we're talking about living ecosystems and we all know they're very delicate in the delicate balance of the ecosystem is what makes it worse and we've talked ad nauseam over the past nine years about how little just little things can happen in the ecosystem that will create this chainreaction it's all interconnected and we don't know what might happen in terms of global warming are living ecosystem sure some animals might adapt uh some might move um but there would also be you know massive amounts of extinction right um coral reefs are already dying we're seeing that with our eyeballs yep a forrester dying off and turning the grassland and it's not just like oh well there they go uh now we have grasslands that will forest let's make some who is skirts yet uh again it's just it's it's that that domino effect that we're gonna see.

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"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"So as these this climate change happens due to global warming um we're going to see all sorts of problems and we already are starting to see problems yes we did mentioned earlier that uh if you live in a temperate area if you've got like four kind of lovely seasons like let's say atlanta georgia for instance you have a longer growing season you might have a bit more rain i might be actually good for the crops here in georgia in some ways but other parts of the world uh less temperate zones are gonna see big temperature increases away less rain and longer droughts worst droughts a bigger desert's uh it's it's not going to be so good for those places no they apparently have found that every trillion tonnes of um co two a contributed to the atmosphere raises the global temperature average by bout fleur three quarters of a degree celsius mile then they wing correlated that that um each one degree celsius increase in temperature equals in evaporative increase of about seven to fifteen percent here on planet earth in the soil right so as temperatures increase there's going to be um less water in the soil which affects crops and leads to things like droughts and even desertification as well but in men every time i throw at one of these terms i'm like we did an episode on that we had an episode annette and droughts uh um yeah we've been dancing around this one for awhile we half i'm glad we finally tackle that man agreed doing crate by the way well and all it so is as the the water evaporates him a serlin goes up in his locked in the atmosphere um it again it's eventually going to come down and when it does you're going to have a far more severe flooding and precipitation than you would have normally when it which is going up and coming down and going up and coming down like on its normal cycle yeah so that's one way that it can affect you because while it's turning to droughts you got wildfires and then when the soil um gets degraded and are suddenly a lot of rain you've got flooding and people get carried away in their cars because they think it can drive across a flowing river.

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"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"We're going to have to redraw the world map that's true i was looking like how to how high is miami beach miami beach is apparently just under four feet above sea level nia new orleans is um like zero feet i think it's it may be at two feet basically near there's a lot of coastal cities singapore um i think uh copenhagen they're all they're all like very um very close to sea level or just slightly above sea level and so yet to feet rise i know the maldives is frequently mentioned as like being under real threat from sea level rise but the eighth even if you don't necessarily live in a a coastal area that's two feet you know just two feet above sea level consider this if the sea level rose just six inches like they were saying that means that when you have extreme weather events which go hand in hand with global warming in our part of climate change where air rains really hard and there's more f like more major flooding than before then it's already working with an extra six inches than any flood that you've been used to before right so the floods are much more extensive and that's a really good example of how interconnected this this the global climate system it where i have one thing gets messed up a little bit it has all these other widespread affects around the world non on regions too yeah because i think they found that there are not necessarily more frequent.

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"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Actually four things uh nitrous oxide and water vapour and there are a lot of others but as far as like stuff that that really has the biggest impact on on global warming if these guys yes so will start with c o two exists when you hear about most often a carbon emissions gets all all the glory in the headlines these days a carbon co two is colorless gas it is a a byproduct of uh the combustion of organic stuff uh and it makes a very small part of the earth's atmosphere point zero four percent and most of it that's up there was has been there for a long long time it's from uh volcanic activity however uh we are pumping lots and lots of co two additional co two uh and remember there is a delicate balance going on earlier as it is right so like you said mother earth doesn't need us adding to this and we have been adding co two but like it's gangbusters yeah so like that that emu member when i was talking about how water water turns into vapor and rises and falls back down that's the rain cycle there's also a carbon cycle where carbon molecules just kinda go back and forth between the atmosphere and the earth and apparently every year two hundred thirty gigot tons of carbon are released into the atmosphere from the earth from plants from rocks from us and then at about the same amount another two hundred thirty giga tons comes back down and is locked in the earth from the atmosphere right and it's like you said chuck like a pretty pretty nice balance thurthis got this please don't mess with it but when we take carbon and on lockette from these carbon sinks like you know we bustup rocks in mining operations we burn fossil fuels that have carbon locked into him um we cut down trees and burn those things is fuel that releases more carbon in it it messes up that delicate um pretty much even exchange between the atmosphere in the earth yet that's a big problem because carbon has a knack for absorbing infrared radiation.

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"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"No no no it's just much cooler and like because it's cooler by safe five degrees celsius um like a lot of stuff changes it's the same thing is global warming but on the opposite end right correct like you have changes in mo migration patterns you have changes in habitat for animal some things go extinct during the transition um sea levels change a lot of stuff happens right so this is part of the normal process of the earth but the earth's kinda got it like hey hey i've got the center control i don't need any help from you humans and i when i do do this this is the earth talking and first person when i do change from a glacial period to a warm period it takes many tens and tens of thousands of years right yeah we you humans here again business still me the earth her you humans are really messing with my program here and accelerating the process and you know what all even give you a clue as to what you're doing that's making it so bad carbon dioxide emissions bam said that the earth dropped its microphone walked away yet and then it went back and picked up his mic in said and may be stop littering hit the in a drop the mic again yep uh we should talk of a minute about a wonderful group called the ipcc the intergovernmental panel on climate change yes i'm very smart people there oh man can can i just say it to me the ipcc is one of the coolest things humanity's ever come up with the ah because it's it's the world coming together saying we got a real problem on our hands with get our smartest people together and create a database here of of good science yet and the those people are specifically about 2500 actually more 2500 scientists from around the world meeting together in places like paris because why not right sure uh they did this about ten years ago and came up with a lot of um.

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"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Yeah or if it's nose in miami once then that's not a reputation of what climate change means that is a weird anomaly and those happen yen um this is a this is a grabs stir and strickland coq joint by the way so that reliably it popped up the page if you noticed but um one of the things they they wisely pick point out his is what you just said that yes some summit whether nominally happens like that even if it happened three years in a row i think a lot of scientists would pay attention to why it snowden miami three years in a row right but if it went back to normal or something like that like that that that would not necessarily be climate change such as of of weird occurrence right gamma changes this pre this change in predictable changes yet eggs at that can take like thousands in ten thousands of years sometimes right on normal times under natural circumstances in here is where we come to the current use for global warming right global warming can can happen by itself naturally the earth um basically as it in its current present state swings back and forth between glacial periods in interglacial periods so cool periods and warm periods in for an ice age to occur um the global temperature only needs to drop by about five degrees celsius on average in all of a submarine an ice age right yeah that doesn't mean the entire earth is a big round cube round cube while that's like a cigarette thing bill but not at all the same well you know when you go to a fancy a cocktail bar and they have those awesome round him i i wanna say icecubes again i spheres yet uh that's not with the earth looks like necessarily during an ice age.

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"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Yes uh i think it's uh you know unlike going to muscle holder the fold so our global warming if you want a can straight of definition is uh the science community defines it as this and they should know yet uh it's a significant increase in the uh climatic temperature over a short relatively short period of time as a result of a activities of humans and by increase in short uh we're talking like one degree celsius in a couple of hundred years is global warming right because the effects of climate or so pronounced on such a lake with two small incremental change it oh yeah that that that that that is climate change something that if you just look at in on paper you're like that's nothing who cares about one degree actually the the point of global warming is that when you have these these this increase in global temperatures a whole basket of event starts to take place fats climate change like global warming is related to climate change writing can trigger other climate changes that's right and uh you hear a lot of people talk about you a lot of numbskulls talking about weather as if it is climate right like uh uh a very harsh winter might come and they'll say oh y'all global warming right that the great none skull uh is not the same thing whether is is local it shortterm climate has longterm um it's not even like the the weather over a period of a year or even a couple of years we're talking about predictable generally predictable average weather conditions in a region over a long period of time so you can safely say in green bay wisconsin it is cold in the winter time that is the climate of green bay ryan that midwestern region as a whole right but if it snows in february february of uh you know next year honest tuesday then that's just the weather.

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"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"global warming" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"So chuck um i don't know if you've heard about this term recently but it's been in the news lately uh global warming are you familiar it does ring a bell okay well just in case you for those people who aren't aware of global warming global warming is what we're talking about today and um a lot of people confuse it or use it interchangeably with climate change and it turns out that it's not actually fully accurate global warming is a symptom of climate change as a whole and climate change is a whole bunch of differences to the earth's climate will get into what climate is in a second um and one of those is global warming also things like extreme weather events increase drought increase temperatures um see level rises all these things put together that climate change dry or the result of climate change and global warming is one of them so go warming is climate change but not all climate change is global warming i just wanted to make sure we get that out of the way to begin with like this square rectangle thing which i can still never keep straight why and i think uh the what like every square is not a rectangle but every rectangle square or or the reverse that whichever it is i've never heard that before word i even ace geometry the second time it took it is clearly a class it didn't care about squares yeah i guess not i mean they always talked about rectangle that squares were never brought up.

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