Find out how humans are becoming more aware and are taking steps to help reduce harm to the ozone layer.
When people talk about climate change, it can be a bit confusing as far as what that means and what causes it. The main culprit is greenhouse gases, which occur naturally but due to human involvement, a lot more have been released. What are the consequences and how can we reverse them
Reporter Matt Holbrook explains what the 2016 Paris Agreement under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change is and the significance of the US withdrawing from the treaty.
Mangroves are the home to many different animals and sea creatures and play the crucial role of protecting coastlines against erosion during big storms. Unfortunately, due to the impact of climate change, mangroves are under threat and as we're taught all of the important roles mangroves play in nature, we also reflect on how important it is to preserve them for the future.
The Great Barrier Reef is known for its great beauty and is depicted in films like Finding Nemo full of colourful, vibrant ocean life. As we look towards the future, coral bleaching and other effects of climate change are a real concern and this video addresses them as well as possible solutions for the future.
The University of Adelaide's Stephen Tyerman reveals the relationship between grapes and the changing environment, and the ways farmers can protect their vines as the climate warms.
Climatic change is the main focus of this episode and we examine long term climate change based on data from ice cores, tree rings and other evidence. This provides a perspective from which students can understand the current debate on global warming and draw logical conclusion based on past and current evidence.
Reporter Jack Evans explains how tree clearing and climate change are endangering koalas and what governments are doing to protect their habitat.
Behind The News explains what the effect of climate change is, after the World Bank reported the globe is expected to get 4 percent warmer over the next century.
We look at some of the negative effects of climate change and some of the environmental efforts people are making to help the natural world. Coral bleaching is at its highest level and coastal mangroves are also in danger.
Today's show is all about Earth Hour, an Aussie idea that's gone global! This time the focus is on climate change and how it's affecting some of our favourite foods.
Wes finds out how a big green laser in the sky can help with climate change and tracks down a penguin researcher who's researching emperor penguin chicks - just where do these chicks take their "happy feet" when they leave the Antarctic continent?
Scott interviews farmer Graham Brookman of the Food Forest. Organic farming methods used on crops -- from pistachios to pomegranates -- are the way forward to finding what will adapt to climate change. Graham declares 'More humans and less machinery', whilst the goal is to find the healthiest and hardiest crops for the future.
Reporter Amelia Moseley investigates current debates about the best way to generate electricity, considering climate change, renewable energy sources and Alan Finkel's review of the electricity market.
With temperatures on the rise people will be spending a lot of time at the beach, but with rising sea levels, where exactly will our beaches be?
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