Withstanding Climate Change: You can Change the World
LLNL scientist Dean Williams explores the evolution of climate models with from the mid 1970's to the present. Methods for testing climate models against a variety of benchmarks such as historical climate changes or seasonal changes are explained. Several key issues arising from global climate change are highlighted followed by suggestions for actions that will help limit carbon dioxide emissions.
|Withstanding Climate Change: You can Change the World|
|The Truth about Climate Change
This is a two-part documentary series presented by David Attenborough, about global warming and the surrounding controversy.
|Global Warming: What You Need to Know
This is a two-hour documentary presented by Tom Brokaw, visiting global warming tipping points across the planet as experts examine the latest evidence about global warming.
|Earth: The Climate Wars
This is a three-part BBC documentary series hosted by Iain Stewart, presenting a definitive guide to the history of climate change.
|Ethics of Climate Change and Climate Engineering
Over the last 30 years predictions of climate change as a threat to individuals, societies and nations have changed from possibilities to realities.
|Climate Change: The Evidence and Our Options
Lonnie Thompson provides insight into the convincing evidence of climate change provided by glaciers and polar ice-caps, and the implications that inaction in the face of this rapid change will have on societies on a global scale.
|A Bigger Picture: Global Scale Environmental Challenges
A series of lectures focusing on the environmental impact of people at planetary scale, and the role of human ingenuity in finding novel solutions.
|The Atmosphere, The Ocean, and Environmental Change
This course explores the physical processes that control Earth's atmosphere, ocean, and climate. Quantitative methods for constructing mass and energy budgets.