Arctic communities are feeling the very real impact of climate change now | Your Morning

Roads are getting washed out as some communities are feeling the immediate affects of climate change.
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Climate change worst case scenario

22 thoughts on “Arctic communities are feeling the very real impact of climate change now | Your Morning”

  1. Down size your big houses, get rid of some of your cars,, park your private jets etc. Quite destroying the ozne.

  2. And yet Americans (of course) are still debating whether man made climate change is real or not 🤦🏻‍♂️

  3. The only thing we know for sure about the future is that the climate change apocalypse is always approximately ten years away.

  4. GUYS. MAYBE WE MOGHT BE DEAD BY 100P YEARS. BUT WE CANT BE SELFISH. IF WE WANT OUR CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN TO HAVE A GOOD LIFE, WE NEED TO MAKES CHANGES. PLEASE TRY TO CUT DOWN ON PLASTIC AND ENERGY USE. RECYCLE AS MUCH AS YOU CAN. We can’t be selfish, and we need to care for future generations, it could be our generations who knows

  5. What about the mad house century where the ice does not melt but slope into the ocean? That gives a rise of 6 meters in just decades.

  6. The last time that biology interfered sufficiently with the CO2 balance in the atmosphere enough in order to produce a major extinction event is when Cyanobacteria evolved. It then steadily consumed carbon dioxide and methane down to almost nonexistent levels. The greenhouse effect was so weakened that the Earth became completely and totally glaciated in an era called Snowball Earth. Any other time that the greenhouse effect was thrown off center to the point of causing extinctions was when geologic or other earthly events occurred. That is, until now, with ‘Homo sapiens’ unsequestering vast amounts of carbon by burning it and releasing carbon dioxide.

    As Paul Harvey might say:
    “And now for the rest of the story.”

  7. Gee don't know how this popped up three years later. Zero real world warming. Cold, extraordinarily wet spring. Real world signs of a Grand Solar Minimum. But the CBC crisis propaganda continues.

  8. UN in Agendas 21, 2030 and 2050 has been warning us of warming only Collective effort oh Humanity united in collective urban farms can solve in the terminal 12 years left to built the wind farms and solar panels necessary to satiate world's appetite for electric power. We had Paris 2015 agreement to do something about it, since CO2 has been proven to be the leading culprit, and humans the leading emitter of CO2 in catastrophic 40,000 ppm concentrations, 100 more deadly than the current ambient 412 ppm IPCC  declared a point of no return from thermal extinction of life on earth. If only we had listened to Al Gore, a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate extraordinary 10 years ago!  .

  9. I just found I am exhaling 40,000 ppm of carbon polluting the
    planet 24/7 all my life. I am very sorry for my climatic ignorance.
    Had I known it earlier, I would seek professional help skilled in
    solving climatic problems of antropogenic (and all mobile beings)
    nature. I hope the rest of the world is doing better than me. If not,
    we are doomed!

  10. Visitor from 2019: you only got 16 years to turn this ship around and world leaders aren't doing squat.

  11. The IPCC is almost always wrong – too conservative and they do NOT take into account the feedbacks in an exponential manner. We're screwed because humanity IS a heat engine, and no one is going to stop consuming!

  12. animal agriculture is the leading cause of climate change, ocean dead-zones, water pollution, habitat destruction, and species extinction.

  13. This is a report to make it seem like we have a thousand years. No, we don't. And it's not just about ice melting and sea level rise, it's about temperature rise that makes parts of the planet uninhabitable. At 6C above pre-industrial we're all toast because the oceans become anoxic, and methane clouds cover the planet. Think in terms of decades.

  14. The camera work on Johanna is honestly very distracting. I mean one of the best ways to fight climate change is to limit consumption, and they're showcasing the CBC architecture. EVEN if it's green architecture, it APPEARS tone deaf… a better location wouldve have been any natural outdoor location, maybe even a 50m point on Vancouver's shoreline hmmmm?

  15. Even with max volume, the volume is too low. Usually, I only need 50% volume to hear what is said in a video.

  16. Let's assume there is a 1 in 10 chance that somehow all the climatologists from across the world, religions, countries, etc have agreed to perpetuate the greatest fraud in human history and dupe us by falsifying ridicules amounts of data collected all over the world by hundreds of thousands of researchers and somehow only mid-western poorly educated bible thumper conspiracy types can see it whereas the rest of us just lap it up, and we spend 3% of GDP faffing about it making solar plants etc… worst case scenario, we'll eventually wise up, sue some people, riot a bit, etc. A lot Money wasted, and a lot of people pissed off. And the poorly educated bible thumper imbecile conspiracy types get vindicated and are lauded as visionaries! Not the worst consequence.

    Now let's assume the scientific community is not a cabal of criminal fraudsters who instead of going for a quick buck by mugging people, instead chose to go through years of higher education and living in semi-poverty as post graduate/doctoral students just so one day they can join the climate change conspiracy … and their predictions and data is right. The consequences are mass dying. A mad max style world… and whatever remains of us is misery and cannibalism … that will be so terrible it will etch itself in the geological record of the planet.

    It's so depressing.
    😞

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