Our existence depends solely on de-carbonising

What is Climate Change? | Start Here

The hard facts about global warming – a defining issue of our time. Climate change is happening now, and even world leaders meeting for climate talks at this year’s Cop25 know we aren’t doing enough to stop it. In fact, we’re going backwards. The UN says carbon dioxide levels in our atmosphere are going up, and the earth is on track to warm by 3.2 degrees before the century is over. The consequences of that acceleration are already proving disastrous for communities around the world. This week’s episode of Start Here cuts through the science and the politics, to get you what you need to know about what’s at stake for the planet.

What is COP26 and can it save the planet? | Start Here

The world’s biggest climate summit is coming to Glasgow and the stakes couldn’t be higher. #AJStartHere with Sandra Gathmann explains what it’s all about and why #COP26 could be make-or-break for the planet.

When The World Gets 1℃ Hotter | Climate Change: The Facts | BBC Earth

From the moment we wake up to when we go to sleep we are all using energy, this emissions from this constant generation of energy has caused the world to warm by roughly 1℃.

The Tipping Point | Climate Change: The Facts | BBC Earth

A tipping point is where even a slight amount of warming can move the climate into an irreversible state.

U.N. report warns climate change’s devastating impacts are accelerating

The United Nations released an alarming climate report on Monday detailing how the world is not doing enough to fight climate change. CBS News’ senior national and environmental correspondent Ben Tracy joins Jericka Duncan to discuss.

How Earth’s Geography Will Change With Climate Change

Will Cellulosic Ethanol Be The Biofuel That REPLACES Gasoline?

Cellulosic ethanol is a biofuel that is made from the cellulose of plants. It provides a plethora of advantages to both gasoline and typical corn or grain based biofuels. In this video we explore the feasibility of large scale production and the benefits cellulosic ethanol has on the environment.

The truth behind organic fuel technology- how synthetic fuel is made?

Ethanol, methanol, and biodiesel are appropriately referred to as synthetic fuels independent of origin. Coal gasification and natural gas reforming are sources of “synthesis gas”, a mixture of hydrogen and carbon monoxide, the feed for synthetic fuel production.