For many of us, our most treasured moments in life are those shared with family animals. However, they are some of the hardest hit by the disasters that could potentially result from a rapidly changing climate. This video deftly navigates the tension surrounding this reality. Film by Jackee Walker.
Witness the lives of climate researchers as they work in some of the harshest conditions on the planet - and see how love for their research drives them to go above and beyond just the pursuit of money. This film exposes how media and interest groups drive a narrative that could not be further from the truth. Film by Barbara MacFerrin.
Lively interview with Jonathan Cohen, regional sustainability manager of Boulder. Topics include energy production and utilization in Boulder, efficiency, and energy conservation.
Upbeat interview of two CU environmental studies majors, explaining their introduction to environmental issues and inspiration to fight climate change.
Creative play on Orson Welles famous 1938 radio broadcast, describing a "War of the Climate" with rising temperatures and increasing environmental catastrophe.
The positive things about snow. Podcast by Mark Williams, Jeremy Stein, Curtis Beutler, Essie Queredo, and Alex Posen.
Little ways that climate change will affect us presented in humorous way. Podcast by Tanner Stephens, Sean McManus, Meaghan Webber, and Madison Smith.
Diary entry snippets with effects of climate change influencing entries. Podcast by Sterling Lubchenco, Garrett Hernandez, Jennifer Stodgell, and Elana Selinger.
The impact of climate change on grasshoppers and how that will affect the earth. Podcast by Blaine Hartman, Udval Altangerel, Ashleigh Livingston, and Blake Ahnell.
Interviewers speak to farmers about sustainability at the local Boulder Farmer's Market, including those from McCauley Family farms, Oxford Gardens, and El Regalo Ranch.
Long-form explanatory podcast dealing with the environmental cost of shower-taking (and water usage) in the United States.
Full video of Comedy for the 2016 Comedy for Climate Change event.
A brief introduction to the Comedy for Climate Change event.
Humorous video comparing climate change to everyday life as a college student, with musical accompaniment.
Lively skit parodying popular gameshow "The Price is Right", playing with the idea of future climatic conditions under current climate change scenarios.
Stand-up routine dealing with geopolitics in regard to international climate policy and the major players in climate change. Parallels are drawn to real life throughout.