In a new, five-episode series What’s Eating America, award-winning chef and TV personality Andrew Zimmern explores the most provocative social and political issues impacting voters…
SNL Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che tackle the week’s biggest news, including the United Nations’ report on climate change, 10/13/18
“Donald Trump, step to me and I’ll come at you like a plastic straw comes at a turtle,” says McKinnon’s convincing version of the teen…
Several weeks from now, the current decade will draw to a close having earned an alarming distinction: It’s “almost certain” to have been the warmest…
The Handmaid’s Tale is full of warnings.
CBS did a good job of connecting climate change to the recent heat wave. Other TV outlets and newspapers were a mixed bag.
The nation’s first major heat wave of the summer affected close to one-third of the population, setting numerous one-day temperature records and claiming at least…
The dentist I went to as a child had posters of Impressionist paintings on the ceiling. I remember lying back and gazing through my discomfort…
With the state already starting to weather the effects of climate change — more intense storms, higher temperatures and rising seas — Gov. Phil Murphy’s…
The propaganda machine of climate change deniers, with the Global Warming Policy Foundation acting as its engine, has been in overdrive again this week, attempting…
When former Vice President of the United States Al Gore spoke about climate change thirteen years ago, we didn’t take it as seriously as he…
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Hosted by The Climate Reality Project and former Vice President Al Gore, 24 Hours of Reality is a day of eye-opening stories and compelling conversations about the climate crisis and how we solve it, broadcast live to millions around the world.
Although the event has passed, find a wealth of videos at information on their site.
60 Minutes: The climate change lawsuit that could stop the U.S. government from supporting fossil fuels
On 9/23/18 (season 50, episode 54), Stewart Whitaker interviewed Henk Oving, the world’s only water ambassador, and discussed the ways in which New York City can be protected from sea level rise — based on what The Netherlands have already learned. Oving concludes, “ It’s a choice in the end. It’s a human choice. We can think about the future as an opportunity or close our eyes and do nothing and let it happen to us and see more death and despair, more assets and people lost.”
There’s no shortage of powerful images and video when it comes to natural disasters like wildfires and melting glaciers. But a pair of artists are now using those images in new ways, as part of their mission to warn people about climate change and its devastating impact on familiar landscapes.
More is known about the surface of the moon than the deep oceans on Earth, yet the sea constitutes two thirds of our planet. The oceans are an integral part of our lives. Their influence dominates the world’s weather systems. They support an enormous range of life, from the largest whales to the smallest plankton, from hordes of sea birds to lonely, deep-sea fish. All this is governed by a complex system of biological and physical forces. Each 50-minute programme peers into this watery world, with spectacular footage exploring shores and shallows teeming with life and uncovering unseen depths.
Sydney and Elijah help a 12-year-old girl find justice for the failed levee system that flooded her town on the Mississippi.
Starring Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgård and Emily Watson, Chernobyl dramatizes the story of the 1986 nuclear accident — one of the worst man-made catastrophes in history — and the sacrifices made to save Europe from unimaginable disaster.
With the Green New Deal sparking a national conversation about all the ways to combat climate change, John Oliver looks at a few potential solutions.
Extraordinary Accounts of Animals Who Have Adapted To The Cruelest Evolutionary Curveballs. The Six-Part Series Continues Monday at 9/8c On National Geographic. Premieres April 1st, 2019. Hosted By Bear Grylls. Six-Part Series.
National Geographic’s fan-favorite series Life Below Zero gives viewers chills as it captures the extreme lifestyles of tough Alaskans living off the grid. For more than 100 episodes, viewers have been captivated as individuals battle whiteout snowstorms, unpredictable frozen terrain and man-eating carnivores in one of the most isolated regions in the world. With temperatures as low as -40, crew members face their own unique challenges filming in the wilderness as they brave some of the world’s most dangerous conditions. Since its debut in 2013, the series has received 9 Primetime Emmy® nominations — including three in 2019 — and has won three Emmys for its craft in cinematography and picture editing.
David Attenborough’s groundbreaking study of the evolution of lifeon our planet.
In the near future, Russia initiates a “silk glove” invasion of Norway to restart oil production, but soon uncertainty, chaos and danger erupt.
On the latest Patriot Act, Hasan Minhaj analyzes how America became the number one producer of oil in the world. Hasan examines how the fossil fuel industry and government, through its goal of “energy dominance,” are pushing for greater oil production and what that could mean for the environment.
Our Planet is a global event that reminds us we’re all on one team. The upcoming series, from Netflix—created in collaboration with Silverback Productions and WWF and narrated by David Attenborough—features jaw-dropping nature stories, grounded in the best science, and highlighting the most pressing challenges facing nature today. The eight-part original documentary series will be released globally on Netflix April 5, 2019. See some bizarre coverage here and additional coverage here.
From coastal cities to America’s heartland, Paris to Pittsburgh celebrates how Americans are demanding and developing real solutions in the face of climate change. And as the weather grows more deadly and destructive, they aren’t waiting on Washington to act. The show premieres December 12, 2018 at 9pm ET/PT on the National Geographic channel. Starting on December 13, the film will be available for free on digital platforms on National Geographic’s website (http://NatGeoTV.com), mobile app (Nat Geo TV App), Video On Demand and connected devices (such as Roku, AppleTV). Also starting December 13, the film will be available for one week on National Geographic’s YouTube channel. Read Mike Bloomberg’s remarks about Paris to Pittsburgh at a special screening in Washington, D.C.
Peril and Promise: The Challenge of Climate Change is a public media initiative from WNET in New York reporting on the human impact of climate change, designed to provide context, scientifically sound information, and fact-based journalism to audiences across every platform of public media. It also focuses on stories of exciting new frontiers of scientific innovation in resilience, mitigation, and clean energy. We are partnering with some of public media’s most prestigious programs to use broadcast television, digital video, social media and public radio to tell these stories to the widest possible audience… locally, regionally, and nationally, on-air and online.
David Attenborough celebrates the amazing variety of the natural world in this epic documentary series, filmed over four years across 64 different countries.
Experience the world from the viewpoint of animals themselves. From spellbinding wildlife spectacle to intimate encounters, Planet Earth II takes you closer than ever before.
Weeks after Hurricane Florence ravaged the Carolinas, and on the sixth anniversary of Superstorm Sandy in New York, the four-part series examines how cities are preparing for the real-time effects of climate change.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg talks about her decision to no longer travel by plane and describes how a lack of understanding of climate change is impacting the planet….
First season launched in 2014 on Showtime; Second season on National Geographic in 2016
Years of Living Dangerously reveals emotional and hard-hitting accounts of the effects of climate change across the planet. Featuring some of Hollywood’s most influential stars, from Harrison Ford to Arnold Schwarzenegger and journalists like Thomas L. Friedman, Lesley Stahl and Mark Bittman, each documentary explores a different impact of climate change and the solutions to combat it. You can learn about the stories covered, from the effects on our military to the arguments for a carbon tax, here. Watch the entire series of documentaries on YouTube.