Earth: The Climate Wars
Earth: The Climate Wars is a three-part BBC documentary series hosted by Iain Stewart, presenting a definitive guide to the history of climate change. In the first episode "The Battle Begins", Dr. Iain Stewart traces the history of climate change from its very beginning and examines just how the scientific community managed to get it so very wrong back in the Seventies. Then through the second episode "Fightback", he investigates the counter-attack launched by global warming sceptics in the 1990s. And in the third and final episode "Fight for the Future", Dr. Iain Stewart looks at the biggest challenge now facing climate scientists.
|Episode 1 - The Battle Begins|
Episode 1 - The Battle Begins
Dr. Iain Stewart traces the history of climate change from its very beginning and examines just how the scientific community managed to get it so very wrong back in the Seventies.
Episode 2 - Fightback
Dr. Iain Stewart investigates the counter-attack launched by global warming sceptics in the 1990s.
Episode 3 - Fight for the Future
In this episode, Dr Iain Stewart looks at the biggest challenge now facing climate scientists. Just how can they predict exactly what changes global warming will bring?
|History of climate change science - wikipedia
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