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A Brief History of Global Warming
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produced by Bloomberg L. P. (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2015), 3 mins
July 21 -- Global warming turns 120 next year... sort of. Next year will be the 120th anniversary of the first time we figured out that human activity could be causing climate change. Since then, the science has gotten firmer and the politics have gotten murkier, but the outlook for the future remains uncertain. T...
produced by Bloomberg L. P. (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2015), 3 mins
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Climate Change Impacting Australia’s Bushfires: Cormann
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(New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2020), 3 mins
Jan.23 -- Australian Finance Minister Mathias Cormann discusses the impact of climate change on brushfires, global trade and the nation’s economy and credit rating. He speaks at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
(New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2020), 3 mins
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Greta Thunberg in Davos: `This Is Just the Very Beginning'
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(New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2020), 2 mins
Jan.21 -- Environmental activist Greta Thunberg speaks at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. "This is just the very beginning" of the climate fight, Thunberg said during a panel discussion titled "Forging a Path towards a Common Future."
(New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2020), 2 mins
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How to Hit the Brakes on Climate Change
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(New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2017), 2 mins
Apr.19 -- This brief video colorfully illustrates three ways to respond to climate change. Buckle your seatbelt.
(New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2017), 2 mins
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Will This Hydrogen Bike Change Green Transport?
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presented by Hans Nichols, fl. 2013; produced by Bloomberg L. P. (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2015), 2 mins
December 9 -- As countries work to lower their carbon emissions, companies are investing heavily into technologies to profit in a carbon-reduced world. For the industrial gases group Linde, that means a hydrogen-powered bike. Bloomberg’s international correspondent Hans Nichols took it out for a ride.
presented by Hans Nichols, fl. 2013; produced by Bloomberg L. P. (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2015), 2 mins
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Bezos Commits $10 Billion to Fight Climate Change
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presented by Dani Burger, fl. 2010 (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2020), 1 min
Feb.18 -- Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos has created a climate fund and is putting $10 billion toward helping counter the effects of climate change. Bloomberg’s Dani Burger reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe.”
presented by Dani Burger, fl. 2010 (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2020), 1 min
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The Coming Storm of Climate Change
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(Bloomberg L. P., 2017), 3 mins
Apr.19 -- Hurricanes, droughts, and other extreme weather raise the question: Was that related to global warming? This short video looks at what scientists call climate attribution studies, which gauge how big an influence humanity may have had on weather. Hint: a lot.
(Bloomberg L. P., 2017), 3 mins
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How Cheap Oil Could Fuel Europe's Refugee Crisis
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produced by Bloomberg L. P. (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2015), 3 mins
Dec. 08 -- Hundreds of thousands of refugees in northern Iraq could start making their way to Europe as the region runs out of cash to care for them, UN staff have warned. And as Bloomberg discovered, the weak oil price has exacerbated the problem. (Video by Ed Kiernan and Tom Mackenzie)
produced by Bloomberg L. P. (New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2015), 3 mins
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How Rising Temperatures Can Fry the Economy
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(New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2017), 3 mins
Apr.19 -- Climate researchers are reviewing myriad studies of heat and human behavior, adding them up, and looking for sound conclusions about the relationship between temperature and economic productivity. Here's a short, colorful video guide to this new, and worrisome, research.
(New York, NY: Bloomberg L. P., 2017), 3 mins
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Invisible Solar Cells That Could Power Skyscrapers
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(New York: Bloomberg L. P., 2016), 4 mins
March 23 -- Silicon Valley startup Ubiquitous Energy is making the world’s first transparent solar cells, a technology that could greatly expand the reach of solar power. Their technology is an invisible film that can go on any surface and generate power, which could lead to cell phones and tablets that never ru...
(New York: Bloomberg L. P., 2016), 4 mins
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