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Thanks again everyone for coming out here. So I’ll be focusing on the climate science part of these lectures. I’ll be doing a talk today and another talk tomorrow. The one tomorrow will build on what we’re going to learn today. And introduce myself, I’m Justin Bandoro. I’m a PhD student in the Program in

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[MUSIC PLAYING] This presentation is brought to you by Arizona State University’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability, and a generous investment by Julie Ann Wrigley. Wrigley Lecture series. World-renowned thinkers and problem solvers engage the community in dialogues to address sustainability challenges. [MUSIC PLAYING] I would like to get the evening– or, I

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what’s up guys I’m Rosh and I’m back with another episode of skeptics say the dumbest things. Today we’re looking at a video by Prager University which, despite its academic sounding name, is actually a conservative YouTube channel dedicated to putting out videos on various political talking points from gun rights and Islam, to race

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Hi everybody. Today I’m visiting the University of Oxford and I’m here to talk to Professor Tim Palmer about climate models. Tim, on the weekend I read this article in the New York Times. It was titled “How scientists got climate change so wrong” and it was mostly about weather extremes and said that climate

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When you look at the Amazon from above, it all looks so lush, so unscathed. But as I scaled a thousand-foot tower with a climate scientist, we saw a storm brewing, it feels like it’s getting closer literally and politically. If just another fifth of the Amazon goes, it could pass an ecological point of

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Imagine you’re driving towards a bridge. Have you ever pulled over, taken out your phone and started browsing blogs about bridge building, to decide whether the bridge was safe to cross? Of course not. You trust in the engineers who built that bridge. That’s how we form our views on complicated issues. Rather than master

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MORE BAD NEWS FOR YOU WHEN IT COMES TO THE ENVIRONMENT AND THE COMMON NATION OF A HEATING ATMOSPHERE AND SOME OF THE THINGS THAT HAVE BEEN LOCKED IN THE ARCTIC FOR A LONG PERIOD OF TIME — EXCEPT IT MIGHT NOT BE, BECAUSE — WHICH MEANS THAT AMONGST OTHER THINGS, AND WE’VE TALKED ABOUT

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Today, we’re going to step back in time and look at history’s first ever global warming myth. It’s a myth about the greenhouse effect. In this day and age, we measure the greenhouse effect getting stronger by using modern instruments, aircraft and satellites. But in 1900, when this myth was born, scientists didn’t have these

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Now the high heat index values do have consequence and so it’s important to understand this feature as well. The higher frequency of heat waves in our region has led to a number of other changes we now measure different seasonal dynamics of plant pathogens, parasites, insects, and microorganism populations that fundamentally love tropical like

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(soft music) – Stanford University. – Climate change is no longer theoretical. It’s here. Atmospheric CO2 is 40% higher than in preindustrial times. Heat waves are more intense. Droughts are more severe. Wildfire risk is up. Sea levels are rising. Heavier rains are causing devastating floods. Infectious diseases are spreading as mosquito habitat zones expand.

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