These are some of the questions you asked Nicholas Mirzoeff:
1- Does the media influence our perception of climate change in a negative way?
These are some of the questions you asked Valérie November:
1- Do risk management programmes reduce the impact of disasters?
2- Do we need to adopt
Jo Harmelin started diving in 1956. As a scientist he has noticed how the Mediterranean sea has evolved and he remains optimistic.
“Hello I’m Jo
Fabrizio Sergio is a Biological Researcher at the Donana National Park in Spain.
“I’m Fabrizio Sergio. I’m a researcher at a biological station
Olav Mathis Eira, reindeer herder in Norway.
“My reindeer are almost a year old. They were very weak in the winter so we had to bring them home and
Simon Yates, Mountaineer
‘‘I started climbing when I was 14, and the last 25 years I’ve been climbing mountains uninterruptedly.
“I’ve been to
A 200 metre tower is one of the tools being used to crack one of the trickiest problems in climate science – clouds.
Data gathered here feeds into
In the beginning it was dismissed as a fringe hippy movement – annoying but unimportant.
Almost four decades on Greenpeace is arguably the biggest
Our planet is warming up. But to what degree will the climate change in the future? In order to find out, scientists are focussing on 50 so-called
Ban Ki-moon has probably one of the most difficult jobs in the world.
As Secretary General of the UN, he has to seek international concord on a
Here are some more thoughts from Trisha Kehaulani Watson.
“Every time the stream was high, above-my- head-high, my grandfather used to bring me here because it was so novel. He’d say: “Lets’ go and look at
Here are some more thoughts from organics farmer Giuseppe Miranti.
Giuseppe Miranti, organic farmer:
“It’s unusual to see piglets at this time of year. The sows normally give birth in the spring or autumn, because
Eric Charamel, Alpine mountain guide
“We’re at the foot of the Grand Motte glacier. The glacier itself is above the really white area up there
Here are some more thoughts from Alpine guide, Eric Charamel
In Talk Planet we hear about climate change from those who are witnessing its effects first hand.
Our interviewees might not be climate scientists
As the globe warms up, Talk Planet hears how millions of people are coping with the change.
Those who rely on the oceans, the mountains and lowland
Jerry Percy, fisherman
“I don’t understand the scientific aspects, but I know that over the last 20 or so years that I’ve been involved in the sea on
The extent of ice and in particular its thickness are elements that condition the Earth’s climate and the oceans currents. A new observation tool
Protesters who had staged an all-night vigil outside the Copenhagen climate conference venue were in an angry mood over the compromise
Before delegates headed home from the conference, the best thing some world leaders could say about the Copenhagen Accord was that it was a “modest
The breakthrough in Copenhagen came when President Obama gathered together the leaders of the main developing nations, China, India, Brazil and South
Delegates, protestors and personalities are streaming away from Copenhagen, many with heavy hearts.
Many are feeling failure after two weeks of
The deal struck between the US, India, China, South Africa and Brazil at the UN climate summit in Copenhagen has been variously described as
It is a meaningful agreement for some – Barack Obama included. But the last minute climate deal clinched in Copenhagen has been widely criticised as