One Degree matters: interesting program on Age TV

Dear all, no post today but a recommendation: One Degree Matters on The Age TV. It presents the real world evidence for climate change. But in addition, the producers take a group of individuals on a journey across the globe and ask them how they’d respond to the challenge:

Presenting the latest science on climate change, this is an informative and inspirational documentary which offers realistic solutions and gives the reality of global warming a human face, showcasing amazing examples of individuals and communities tackling the world’s environmental problems. One Degree traces the impact of temperatures increases, measuring the slippages of the Greenland ice cap into the Arctic Ocean.

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7 thoughts on “One Degree matters: interesting program on Age TV

  1. Eric Worrall says:

    Noone is going to stand in the way of the poor people of the world clawing their way out of grinding poverty, until they achieve better than current US standards of living, with emission levels to match.

    All you might achieve is the decline of Western civilisation relative to countries like China who at best are paying lip service to your religion (how many coal plants did they open this month?) – but recent events, such as the failure of Rio, give me hope you won’t even achieve that.

  2. Paul H says:

    It’s not religion, it’s science…

    • Paul H says:

      Sorry, that was supposed to be a reply for Eric.

      What I came to comments looking for was a link that’ll let me watch the video in the USA (it’s blocked), anyone?

    • Eric Worrall says:

      Its not science. Your description of anyone who disagrees with your narrow alarmist interpretation is “denier” – the new word for heretic. Even lukewarmers like Richard Muller aren’t welcome in your faith.

      • john byatt says:

        Are you seriously stating that you do not deny every single aspect of AGW,
        you now deny your denial?

        • Eric Worrall says:

          Of course I don’t deny CO2 will have an impact on climate. My position is that the impact is negligible, maybe even beneficial, and that the case for alarmism is fatally flawed.

  3. Paul H says:

    “It’s not science”


    Whatever you say chief…

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