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Solomon Hsiang, an associate professor of Public Policy at the University of California Berkeley, explains the correlation of people's health and the temperature.
Katharine Mach, a senior research scientist at Stanford University, talks about how hot it will get and what that means for us.
May 8, 2017 Our Children’s Trust, which is suing the federal government over its climate policies on behalf of twenty-one young people. The lawsuit asks the federal government to prepare a science-based national climate recovery plan that will bring carbon dioxide to below 350 parts per million by the year 2100. And results have been encouraging: a preliminary ruling in November states that the U.S. Constitution guarantees the right to a climate system capable of sustaining human life. Victoria Barrett is one of the plaintiffs.
For more about the Overview Effect and astronauts experiences please check out OVERVIEW (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDfEnKcHBSc) and PLANETARY, now available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/planetary/id1058246189
The Association of Space Explorers reached out to their fellow astronauts to pass on a simple message of solidarity, hope and collaboration to combat climate change and reach our political leaders during such a crucial time.
Astronaut Ernst Messerschmid, Ph.D – Space Shuttle
Astronaut Soichi Noguchi – Space Shuttle, Soyuz, ISS
Astronaut Naoko Yamazaki – Space Shuttle
Astronaut Wubbo Ockels, Ph.D – Space Shuttle, 1st Dutch Citizen in Space
Astronaut Scott Kelly - Space Shuttle, Soyuz, ISS
Astronaut Kjell Lindgren, MD - Soyuz, ISS
Astronaut Piers Sellers, Ph.D – Space Shuttle, NASA Climate Scientist
Astronaut Greg Linteris, Ph.D – Space Shuttle
Astronaut Ron Garan – Space Shuttle, Soyuz, ISS
Astronaut Jerry Carr – Skylab
Astronaut Nicole Stott – Space Shuttle, ISS
Astronaut Loren Acton, Ph.D – Space Shuttle
Astronaut Mary Cleave, Ph.D – Space Shuttle
Astronaut Dan Barry, Ph.D – Space Shuttle
Astronaut Bobby Satcher, Ph.D, MD – Space Shuttle
Astronaut Michael Lopez-Alegria – Space Shuttle, Soyuz, ISS, US Spacewalk Record Holder
Cosmonaut Rakesh Sharma – Soyuz, 1st Indian Citizen in Space
Astronaut Pedro Duque – Space Shuttle, Soyuz, 1st Spanish Citizen in Space
The video was produced by astronaut Ron Garan and Planetary Collective in association with Daria Lopez-Alegria of Space Bridges and edited by Steve Watts Kennedy. Planetary Collective is the award winning filmmaker behind the short film Overview, the groundbreaking full-length feature documentary Planetary, and the upcoming space documentary Orbital.
Special thanks to the Association of Space Explorers
Music by The Human Suits
Space footage from NASA and ESA
NYC carbon footprint: 54,349,650 tons a year = 148,903 tons a day = 6,204 tons an hour = 1.72 tons a second
In 2010 New York City added 54 million metric tons of carbon dioxide (equivalent) to the atmosphere, but that number means little to most people because few of us have a sense of scale for atmospheric pollution.
Carbon Visuals and Environmental Defense Fund make carbon emissions feel a bit more real - the total emissions and the rate of emission. Designed to engage the 'person on the street', this version is exploratory and still work in progress.
Ross MacFarlane, Senior Advisor, Climate Solutions sat down for an interview by James Epstein-Reeves of 3BL Media at the 2011 Ceres Conference held May 11th and 12th 2011 in Oakland, CA. Climate Solutions works to accelerate practical and profitable solutions to global warming by galvanizing leadership, growing investment and bridging divides. In this interview MacFarlane talks about their project addressing sustsainable aviation in the NorthWest.
Mindy Lubber, President of Ceres in an interview by James Epstein-Reeves of 3BL Media at the 2011 Ceres Conference held May 2011 talks about working with companies to integrate sustainability from the Board room to the copy room. She discusses making Water issues a much, much higher priority.
Unungan wisdom keeper shares the words of the elders on climate change and how we can transition to a new paradigm of the heart.
This animation shows a full one year time lapse animation of CO2 surface concentration from Jan 1, 2016 until Jan 1, 2017. The data comes from NASA's GEOS-5 numerical weather model (https://gmao.gsfc.nasa.gov/GEOS/). Light colors represent higher amounts of CO2, whereas dark colors represent lower amounts.
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