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Arguments of deniers who misinform about Climate Change
10 highlights from the latest IPCC report
(1) There is no doubt that humans are responsible for climate change. We already see an increase of 1.1°C above the 1850–1900 average. Natural activity (solar and volcanic) is responsible for affecting between -0.1°C to +0.1C the global average temperature. The internal variability was of the order of -0.2°C to +0.2C. There is no doubt, it is us.
(2) Greenhouse gas emissions continue to increase due to unsustainable energy use, land use, changes in land use, lifestyles, and production and consumption patterns. Net anthropogenic emissions were estimated at almost 60 GtCO2-eq* in 2019, 12% higher than in 2010 and 54% higher than in 1990.
(3) We are modifying everything, very quickly and that has consequences. There have been widespread and rapid changes in the atmosphere, ocean, cryosphere, and biosphere. Human-caused climate change is already affecting the frequency, intensity and duration of many extreme weather and climate events in all regions of the world. This has led to widespread adverse impacts and related loss and damage to nature and people.
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“Una verdad incómoda” (An Inconvenient Truth, 2006): Directed by Davis Guggenheim, this documentary presents Al Gore's fight against climate change and offers a compelling view of the effects of global warming.
“Antes que sea tarde” (Before the Flood, 2016): Produced and narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio, this documentary examines the impacts of climate change around the world and addresses solutions to combat it.
“Nuestro planeta” (Our Planet, 2019): Aunque es una serie documental en lugar de una película, “Nuestro planeta” ofrece una impresionante visión de la belleza de la naturaleza y cómo el cambio climático está afectando a nuestro planeta.
“Chasing Ice” (2012): This documentary follows photographer James Balog as he documents the retreat of glaciers due to climate change, using time-lapse cameras to capture striking visual images.
“The Future of Energy” (The Future of Energy, 2013): Explores renewable energy sources and their benefits to combat climate change.
“The True Story of Climate Change” (The True Cost of Climate Change, 2015): This documentary examines the impacts of climate change on the world and presents solutions to address the problem.
“The limits of our planet: A scientific view” is a documentary directed by Jonathan Clay and starring David Attenborough and Johan Rockström. In this documentary, Attenborough and Rockström analyze the collapse of the Earth's biodiversity and explain that it is not too late to solve it
“Clima” (El gato y la Caja 2022). This book was made openly and in community. The drafts of the chapters were available online so that anyone could read and comment on them, and so that the authors could correct, modify or strengthen the final texts.
Todo lo que necesitás saber sobre el cambio climático. Book by Martín De Ambrosio. That climate change is a fact is something that only a few now deny. Scientists have agreed that it is an unprecedented phenomenon in the history of humanity, with consequences in every aspect one can imagine, from the economy to national and international politics and geography.
La Argentina y el cambio climático. Vicente Barros, Inés Camilloni. The current relevance of the problem of Climate Change these days is indisputable. Every day, from different sectors (scientific, popular, informative) in one way or another the issue is addressed through news, comments, dissemination of new discoveries on the subject, and alerts.
“Saving Us: A Climate Scientist’s Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World” is a book written by Katharine Hayhoe, a climate scientist and professor at Texas Tech University. In this book, Hayhoe addresses the climate crisis and offers a perspective of hope and healing in a divided world.
“La transición energética en la Argentina: Una hoja de ruta para entender los proyectos en curso” is a book written by Maristella Svampa and Pablo Bertinat. In this book, the authors address the energy transition in Argentina and the challenges that the country faces on its path towards a more sustainable energy matrix.
“Re Calientes: Por qué la crisis climática es el problema más urgente de nuestro tiempo” is a book written by Laura Arrocha that addresses the climate crisis and its impact on society. In the book, Arrocha explains the science behind climate change and how it affects life on Earth.
“All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis” is a book edited by Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katharine K. Wilkinson that presents a collection of essays and poems written by 60 women leaders in the climate movement.3. El libro se enfoca en la crisis climática y cómo las mujeres están liderando el camino hacia soluciones prácticas y esperanzadoras
“Under a White Sky: The Nature of the Future” is a book written by Elizabeth Kolbert that addresses the climate crisis and how humanity is dealing with it. In the book, Kolbert explores the technological innovations being used to address the climate crisis, such as solar geoengineering and gene editing.
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Carolina Vera is an Argentine scientist specialized in the study of climate variability and climate change in South America.
Celeste Saulo is an Argentine scientist and teacher specialized in meteorology and atmospheric sciences and the first woman to head the World Meteorological Organization.
Christiana Figueres She is a Costa Rican diplomat who was the architect of the Paris Agreement when she became executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Inés Camilloni She is Associate Professor and CONICET researcher at the University of Buenos Aires, Vice Chair IPCC WG1.