1. ScienceCasts: The Hidden Meltdown of Greenland

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    from Science@NASA Added 20 2 0

    Visit http://science.nasa.gov/ for more. NASA-supported researchers have found that ice covering Greenland is melting faster than previously thought. The action is happening out of sight, below the surface.

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    • Video 4: The State of Play in the UNFCCC Negotiations

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      from IISD Reporting Services / ENB Added 4 0 0

      Countries gather in Paris in December 2015 to finalize and agree to a new agreement to address climate change. After twenty five years, many hope that the future of climate action will be brighter than the past. For these negotiations to be successful, countries must address many thorny issues to catalyze climate action that is meaningful, and lasts into the future.

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      • Video 3: The Science and Economics of Climate Governance

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        from IISD Reporting Services / ENB Added 5 1 0

        There are many actors involved in international climate governance. Two key communities are those researching and disseminating climate science and those working to build low-carbon economies. This video takes a closer look at these communities working for climate action. It also picks up on climate finance, which is one of the means of implementation introduced in video two (The Pillars of Climate Governance).

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        • Video 2: The Pillars of Climate Governance

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          Modern international climate governance is organized around three pillars: mitigation, adaptation and means of implementation. Under each pillar are many issues and policies, illustrating the many ways climate change affects our lives.

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          • Video 1: The History of Climate Governance

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            Efforts to address climate change have a long history. To understand the future of climate change governance, as we look to Paris in December 2015, we need to understand the history. (For an in-depth look at the negotiations to the new agreement (2011-2015), see video four). Learning objectives By the end of this video you will: be able to state some of the key events in the 25 year history of international climate governance; understand the key issues during the negotiations leading to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol; understand key terms in global environmental governance, such as ratification, entry into force and governance, and know how these terms apply to climate governance; and be able to identify some of the major players in international climate governance, such as civil society and key states

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            • Visual Glacier Mass Loss: North Cascade Glacier Climate Project 2015

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              from Mauri Pelto Added 86 0 0

              The North Cascade Glacier Climate Project 2015 identified a 5-7% volume loss of glaciers across the range. A record loss during our 32 year program

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              • Clear Across Canada 2016

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                from IDLE-FREE Guy Added

                Canadian motorists and fleets can save $Billions a year on IDLE-Time, parked going nowhere. So, 'our kids’ are teaming up with Canada’s Leading IDLE-FREE campaign to build Clear Across Canada! Enactus Saint Mary’s and other universities will lead elementary and high schools in Flash Mobs, across Atlantic Canada, on Clean Air Day 2016! To get your business or school involved, contact the IDLE-FREE team at Enactus Saint Mary's info@idlefree.org www.IDLEFREE.org www.facebook.com/IDLE.FREE.for.our.kids

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                • Smokey the Climate Scientist

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                  It always amazes me that climate deniers can still call global warming a hoax when looking at hotter temperatures, dying forests and increasing wildfires. Millions of burning acres are a little more obvious to most than calving glaciers or seas rising by centimeters. You can see more at http://www.MarkFiore.com.

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                  • Action for Adaptation: Bringing climate change science to policy makers

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                    Stressing the need for knowledge sharing and promotion of local solutions to deal with natural disasters, experts, at a conference, call for building local resilience and protecting environment through public institutions in the wake of changing climate. The three-day international conference on “Action for Adaptation: Bringing Climate Change Science to Policy Makers” was jointly organized by Ministry of National Food Security and Research, Ministry of Climate Change, Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC), WWF, Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI), and International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD).

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                    • Pollution: China CO2 emissions 'overestimated'

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                      20-August-2015 When it comes to climate change - China has long been accused of being one of the world's worst offenders. But now a new report suggests the country's carbon emissions may have been overestimated. It's because of confusion about the type of coal being used there

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