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| November 10, 2015
Barack Obama
| November 7, 2015

A climate welcome for Justin Trudeau

October 26, 2015
| Thousands of people are planning to converge on 24 Sussex Drive next month to welcome Canada's new PM. They will be bearing gifts from around the country and demanding real action on climate change.
Length: 12:57 minutes (11.87 MB)

Rising meat consumption disaster for environment

October 17, 2015
| People worldwide are eating more and more meat, leading to a loss of biodiversity, an increase in greenhouse gases and and land grabs in the global south. Brian Machovina says it's time to cut down.
Length: 14:48 minutes (13.56 MB)

The CO2 crisis is about more than global warming

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From a pre-industrial-revolution level of 280 parts per million in the atmosphere, carbon dioxide (CO2) has now risen to 400 parts per million. CO2, as the main greenhouse gas emitted by burning fossil fuels, traps infrared radiation, warms the planet, and melts glaciers and ice sheets. People around the world are struggling to cope with rising seas, floods, heat waves, droughts, massive cyclones, tornadoes, and other forms of unstable weather. 


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| September 1, 2015
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| July 21, 2015
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| July 14, 2015

The rise of extreme energy

July 13, 2015
| Fossil fuels are now being extracted with more unconventional and more dangerous techniques. A new film looks at the rise of extreme energy and envisages the path towards a post-growth economy.
Length: 16:49 minutes (15.4 MB)
| July 10, 2015
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