21-16 Segment 1: The Role We Each Play In Slowing Climate Change

21-16 Segment 1: The Role We Each Play In Slowing Climate Change

Despite the pandemic, carbon emissions are at an all-time high, topping records over the past 3.6 million years. For years, scientists have warned of humans approaching a critical tipping point of global warming – and it’s here. Sustainability scientist Dr. Kimberly Nicholas joins Viewpoints this week to break down the current climate landscape and explain why turning things around requires a collective effort.

21-05 Segment 2: What Is Attribution Science?

21-05 Segment 2: What Is Attribution Science?

The field of attribution science studies extreme weather events in order to uncover what role man-made climate change plays in the severity or likelihood of each disaster. We speak to renowned climatologist Dr. Friederike Otto to better understand the reasonings behind attribution science and the implications this research has on science, global politics and climate litigation.