Featuring scientists, community members and some very cute animations, these videos have helped make the internet a more entertaining and informative place to learn about climate science and policy.
Climate science explainers
NASA | A year in the life of Earth’s CO2
An ultra-high-resolution NASA computer model has given scientists a stunning new look at how carbon dioxide in the atmosphere travels around the globe.
Bill Nye the Science Guy | Climate Change 101
The famous scientist cuts through the global warming noise and lays out the facts.
CICERO | The History of Climate Change negotiations in 83 seconds
Norwegian climate research institute uses cute graphics to explain a complex political process.
US National Public Radio | The Carbon Footprint Of A Sandwich
A fun way to see how carbon emissions are generated from an everyday item.
Feature-length documentary about a filmmaker who travels the world to meet with innovators and changemakers working on new approaches and solutions to climate change.
US Public Broadcasting Service | The Best Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
Clear and engaging video with easy to understand graphics focused on what individuals can do to decrease their emissions and make a meaningful difference.
Australian climate policy
The Climate Council | Getting it done with Gusto
Residents of Hepburn Shire are living in a truly renewable community, where each and every activity – from the morning commute, right through to cooking the evening meal – is powered by renewable energy.
Tom Scott | The Problem with Renewable Energy
As the world switches to renewable energy – and we are switching – there’s a problem you might not expect: balancing the grid.
Talking about climate change
Katharine Hayhoe | The most important thing you can do to fight climate change: talk about it
A climate scientist shows how the key to having a real discussion about climate change is to connect over shared values like family, community and religion — and to prompt people to realize that they already care about a changing climate.
Climate change for kids
The Climate Council | Greenhouse gases are a bit like a doona
A cute animation to explain climate change simply.
The Climate Council I Meet Daisy, Student Striker
Follows Daisy Jeffrey, organiser of the School strike for climate in Australia for a window into the youth climate movement.
US Public Broadcasting Service | Why Climate Change is anti-justice
How climate change will impact some people more than others.
Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network | Standing together to protect country
How climate change is affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and how climate change is an opportunity to create a just and sustainable future with strong cultures and communities, powered by renewable energy.