Can beef farmers reduce their carbon footprint?

The beef industry contributes to climate change in two main ways. First, as cows belch and pass wind, they release methane, a potent greenhouse gas. And, second, cattle ranchers often cut down forests to make space for their herds. This deforestation causes carbon dioxide to be released into the atmosphere. Beef production is responsible for […]

Top 20 Countries With The Most Greenhouse Gas Emission【1960-2014】⚡️Data Visualization⚡️

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Mapping Greenhouse Gases on the Great Lakes

We’re Oceanographers in this lab and particularly we study ocean chemistry. Now this project that were working on here it’s, it’s not in the oceans it’s, it’s in the largest liquid freshwater environment on the planet that being the Great Lakes system and and what better place to do that research then at the University […]

We’re melting the Arctic and reviving deadly germs

In December 2016, a remote community in Siberia experienced a mysterious outbreak. 90 people were hospitalized, and a 12-year-old boy died. Soon, Russian officials identified what had killed him: The deadly infectious disease anthrax. The outbreak had started among reindeer. To contain the spread, they burned over 2,000 reindeer carcasses. The strange thing was, there […]

Bill Nye on Climate Change: We Could Engineer Low-Methane Cows — or Eat Less Meat

Erin: Hey Bill. I’m Erin and I’m from Scotland. I went vegan after I watched documentaries like Before the Flood and Cowspiracy. It presented me with lots of terrifying information such as that from the FAO which suggests that 14.5 to 18 percent of the world’s global emissions are due to animal agriculture. However, Worldwatch […]

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 | Auchencorth Moss (UK) | Greenhouse gas observations

There are not actually many peatland sites in the world where CO2 fluxes are being measured. One reason why we are measuring carbon fluxes here at this peatland is to see how the carbon exchange might develop into the future with climate change. As the vegetation grows it takes up carbon from the atmosphere and […]

What do natural greenhouse emissions from wetlands and permafrosts mean for Paris Agreement targets?

I’m Edward Comyn-Platt. I’m a biogeochemist at the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology. In 2015 countries from around the world signed the Paris climate agreement which committed them to limit global warming to no more than 1.5 degrees centigrade above pre-industrial levels Our study demonstrated that human-caused fossil fuel emissions must be reduced by an […]