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With all the evidence, resulting in a consensus, what is driving the rejection of climate science
Interviews with Ben Santer, Naomi Oreskes, Peter Doran, Stephan Lewandowsky, Larry Hamilton, Katharine Hayhoe, Michael Mann, Eugenie Scott, Ritayan Mitra, Josh Rosenau.
Including the challenges of putting together a global temperature record, and what’s been causing some recent intense winters in the Northern Hemisphere.
Interviews with Sarah Perkins, Phil Jones, Fabrice Calmels, Lonnie Thompson, Eric Rignot, Antoni Lewkowicz, Jonathan Bamber, Isabella Velicogna.
This week, we ask the question - what’s causing it?
In three parts.
Gavin Cawley and Andy Skuce examine how carbon moves around our climate system.
Mark Richardson and Sarah Green look at the greenhouse effect in more detail.
Dana Nuccitelli, Mark Richardson and Sarah Green observations of human fingerprints
Peter Jacobs takes us into the deep past, millions of years ago when CO2 levels in the atmosphere were much higher than today.
Robert Way the medieval warm period just under 1000 years ago.
Andy Skuce the Little Ice Age, in the 1800s.
Daniel Bedford what climate scientists were predicting in the 1970s.
Dana Nuccitelli explains how climate models are based on fundamental physical principles. He looks at how predictions based on physics tend to be a lot more accurate than predictions based on wishful thinking.
Keah Schuenemann explains the difference between weather and climate. She’ll also examine how climate scientists have a tendency to underestimate climate impacts.
Interviews with David Stevens, Katrin Meissner, Andy Pitman, Tim Osborn, Gregg Webb.
How is climate change affecting human societies, natural environments, and the species we share.
Longer and hotter heatwaves, more intense rainfall and other forms of extreme weather cause impacts that ripple through every aspect of society. (cascading consequences)
Heron Island Research Station on the Great Barrier Reef, where scientists are researching the combined impacts of global warming and ocean acidification on coral reefs.
Debunking a number of myths that try to downplay their significance.
Interviews with scientists researching the psychology of climate change, Dan Lunt, Ullrich Ecker, Michael Ranney, Courtney St John, Simon Donner, Mark McCaffrey.