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“CARBON is the first film in the Green World Rising Series. http://www.greenworldrising.org “Carbon” is narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio, presented by Thom Hartmann and directed by Leila Conners. Executive Producers are George DiCaprio, Earl Katz and Roee Sharon Peled. Carbon is produced by Mathew Schmid and was written by Thom Hartmann, Sam Sacks, Leila Conners and Mathew Schmid. Music is composed and performed by Jean-Pascal Beintus and intro drone by Francesco Lupica. Carbon is produced by Tree Media with the support of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation.”
Gulf Oil Spill with Dahr Jamail #1
Gulf Oil Spill continues, with Dahr Jamail #2
Part 2 of Gwynne Dyer’s talk (mostly the Q&A session) can be downloaded here.
Listen here Science Podcast, January 15, 2010 – A new catalyst that captures carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
Listen here Science Podcast, January 22, 2010- Predicting more intense hurricanes in the Atlantic
Listen here Science Podcast, November 13, 2009- Climate change predictions
Listen here Science Podcast, September 25, 2009- Challenges for carbon capture and storage
Kennedy v. Blankenship debate
Robert Kennedy Jr. is a passionate environmentalist and attorney, who has been arguing for years that coal is destroying Appalachia and the climate. Don Blankenship is the head of the biggest coal company in the south, Massey Energy, responsible for coal mining mountaintop removal and the mining of much of the coal that is polluting the country. Kennedy has been publicly speaking out against Massey and Blankenship for years, and the two finally debated on January 22nd at the University of Charleston. It’s a fascinating and maddening debate, and I am in awe of people who can debate polluters like Blankenship, who is a climate criminal, and keep their cool. Kennedy remains logical and puts forth his case very well and very passionately. He has 100X the facts that Blankenship has.
Download or Listen to the whole debate here. (81.5 MB)
Peter B Collins interview of TOM BLEES — 11-25-08
Tom Blees, author of Prescription For The Planet talks about Integral Fast Reactors as a source of safe, clean power. Harvey Wasserman, journalist, activist and author of Solartopia!: Our Green-Powered Earth joins the conversation in the 2nd half of the hour.
Download or listen below.
November 27, 2009: This is part II of the Jon Krosnick talk on public opinion on global warming. (just click to download in a new window.) Part I was included in the FN47 podcast of November 25 2009. He gave this talk in late 2008. (download here)
National Science Foundation
National Science Foundation — 10/25/2007
Public opinion on climate change has shifted dramatically over the past 20 years, thanks to intense media coverage about global warming – coverage that, for better or worse, shaped both popular attitudes and the national political debate. Social Scientist Jon Krosnick of Stanford University argues that Americans’ perceptions of climate change were severely distorted for years because so many journalists portrayed global-warming research as a heated argument between rival factions instead of what it actually was: namely, a growing body of shared knowledge. Krosnick’s analysis is an eye-opening look at how Americans know what they know, and why they believe what they believe.