Climate change and the greenhouse gas factor

[Theme music plays] (Glen Paul) G’day and welcome to CSIROvod, I’m Glen Paul. Climate change is a serious threat to the planet and greenhouse gas concentrations are believed to be a major contributor. In this vod cast we’re going to meet scientists working at measuring greenhouse gas concentrations over time, and the finding that they’ve […]

Hey Bill Nye, ‘How Do Greenhouse Gases Trap Photons in Our Atmosphere’? #TuesdaysWithBill

Hello Mr. Nye. Happy Tuesday. My name is Billy. I’m a big fan and I have a question about climate change. If the photons from the sun are trapped in our atmosphere by our greenhouse gases then how come those same greenhouse gases don’t block photons from the sun from ever entering our atmosphere? Is […]

#ICOScapes | Jungfraujoch (Switzerland) | Greenhouse gas observations

Jungfraujoch is the highest station in the ICOS network. In contrast to most of the ICOS stations that equip with tall towers on rather flat terrain we are here in a very complex terrain in the Swiss alps and we’re sitting on a kind of a natural tall tower at 3500 metres above sea level. […]

#ICOScapes | Zeppelin Observatory (Svalbard) | Greenhouse gas observations

When it comes to temperature and changes in nature, Arctic is changing faster than rest of the world. And here you really see the big differences with the shrinking glaciers, and the warmer temperatures, and the permafrost that is melting. Up here you really see the differences from year to year much clearer than you […]

Physics of the Greenhouse Effect

Hello. My name is Jouni Räisänen, – and I am a Lecturer in meteorology at the Department of Physics, – University of Helsinki. In this video, I will tell you shortly what we mean by the greenhouse effect. The phenomenon known as the greenhouse effect – has had an impact on the global climate for […]

What If All The Trees On Earth Disappeared Overnight?

Hey there! Welcome to Life Noggin! Oh you’re actually in the wrong animation channel. Yeah you’re gonna wanna make a right. According to a 2015 study, there are currently over 3 trillion trees worldwide, which is about 400 trees per person. That may sound like a lot, but it’s only about half of what existed […]

06. Greenhouse Effect, Habitability

RONALD SMITH: So last time, upstairs, we did this systems experiment where we had a tank of water. We tried to analyze it and its three components– the reservoir, the input, and the output. We talked about things like steady state balance, transient response to changes in the input and the output. We derived a […]

‘Hey Bill Nye, Is There a Conspiracy to Cover Up Agricultural Climate Change?’ #TuesdaysWithBill

Batman: Hello Bill. I’m Batman and I’m a big fan. My question to you is why isn’t the agricultural sector especially with the cows being addressed with global warming with as much media attention as oil companies seeing as it is actually the biggest factor affecting global warming. At this day and age do you […]

Which Greenhouse Gas is Actually the WORST? | Hot Mess 🌎

Earth’s atmosphere naturally contains greenhouse gases. Without them, the world would be way too cold for humans: averaging an icy 0 degrees fahrenheit [-18C] instead of the cozy average of 59 degrees [15C] it is today. But we are adding extra greenhouse gases, which are causing Earth to heat up and disrupting weather patterns worldwide. […]

The greenhouse effect is good for us!

Hello internet! Did you ever wonder why I say the greenhouse effect is good for us? Well, because it is. Without the ability of our earth to trap heat inside our atmosphere, this world would be totally different and a freezing cold wasteland. So the greenhouse effect is one of the major reasons why life […]