Since I am concerned with abrupt climate change - and it‘s not a very long period, 3 or 4 years - I can observe a game in mainstream media and their publications about climate change: The period of time until the temperature of our planet is rising so steep, that we are facing consequences. First the period has been infinite, because in most publications it has been mistrusted if there is a measurable climate change. If yes, it may not be anthropogenic. Then in some publications, that agree to climate change, the prognosis has been maybe 2° C until 2100.
Faster than Expected
These days climate disruption leads to an exponential occurrence of disasters. Hence, I am talking with the American disaster manager Nick from ReliefAnalysis. I talk with him about different phases of disaster management, about exponential extreme weather events and about a hospice situation.
This is the first worldwide podcast episode, co-hosted by Kevin Hester, New Zealand, and Wolfgang Werminghausen, Germany. We are talking about the role of water in abrupt climate change, the lack of water, floods, risk for nuclear power plants and the inner connection with the whole nature, that can be experienced with water.
Nick Breeze has conducted an extraordinary interview with Dr. Natalia Shakhova and Dr. Igor Semiletov.
After Dr. Natalia Shakhova and Dr. Igor Semiletov have stirred up the public with the prediction of a 50 Gigaton methane burst, it has been silent from this side for a while. Now they are back with very clear and unvarnished statements.
What makes a biologist like Guy McPherson suppose, that the climate change leads to the demise of the human species? One of the answers we will hear in this episode is: Habitat, habitat, habitat!
Faster Than Expected, subtitle: Schneller Als Gedacht
As I reworked the concept of my podcast, I realized that I had two different target audiences. So I decided to concentrate on one group: English speaking, worldwide connecting, community around abrupt climate change and the ongoing mass extinction.