Videos: Impacts of Climate Change

Here are a few of our favorite Climate Related Videos from our partners, friends and allies in climate action.


Impacts of Climate Change

What Happens in the Arctic Doesn’t Stay in the Arctic.

This video was produced by the Aspen Global Change Institute (AGCI). It is a product of an AGCI workshop on Understanding the Causes and Consequences of Polar Amplification that took place in 2017.

What Happens in the Arctic Doesn't Stay in the Arctic


#GwalaRising by Conservation International

Meet the Papua New Guinean community using traditional conservation practices to combat climate change and protect their coral reefs.

David Attenborough on Climate Change: The world will be transformed

Watch this short trailer from David Attenborough’s new full length film on climate change which is scheduled to be released before the World Economic Forum in January 2017.


 What You Can Do About Climate Change

David Roberts: Climate Change is Simple at TedX The Evergreen State College

David Roberts is staff writer at In “Climate Change is Simple” he describes the causes and effects of climate change in blunt, plain terms.



What is Climate Change really?

NASA explains the causes of Climate Change.


Dr. James Hansen tells his story as to why he got involved with Climate Change.

Top climate scientist James Hansen tells the story of his involvement in the science of and debate over global climate change. In doing so he outlines the overwhelming evidence that change is happening and why that makes him deeply worried about the future.


What is Carbon Fee and Dividend legislation and how does it work?

From our Partner’s at Citizens’ Climate Lobby.  You can speak up for climate change solutions that bridge the partisan divide like Carbon Fee and Dividend, which gives all revenue back to households. Narrated by Ian Somerhalder.


Climate Change Impact: NASA’s 21st Century Predictions

According to models, temps and precip. will change dramatically over the next 87 years, with amounts varying per location. Worldwide land area temperatures are predicted to increase, along with areas of heavier and decreased precipitation.



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