To Better Understand Climate Change, With Elon Musk & Derek Muller
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To respond to some of our readers who are still not thoroughly convinced of climate change, I would like to share these videos below:
This is a talk worth remembering. Elon Musk breaks down climate change for students at The Sorbonne in Paris (France’s Harvard) right before the historic COP21 climate change conference in which *all* nations signed the now historic Paris Agreement in 2015 to reduce carbon emissions below 2C, and preferably under 1.5C. This channel believes that this is one of the best basic explanations on climate change ever given in a short amount of time. Enjoy! English subtitles provided for non-native English speakers. Thanks to Elon Musk and his passion for helping humanity to transition to a 100% clean renewable energy economy! In the video published on May 31, 2016, “Elon Musk’s Unbelievably Simple 12-minute Killer Break Down on Climate Change“, below:
In this Interview Elon Musk explains his current opinion on climate change, what has to be done and whether it’s too late anyway. This video is an edit of the livestream of the 100 Million prize announcement from XPRIZE, in the video published on April 23, 2021, “Elon Musk’s Most Recent Opinion on Climate Change…“, below:
To better understand the global warming, Derek Muller of Veritasium channel explains, in the video published on Sep.22, 2014, “13 Misconceptions About Global Warming“, below:
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