Weekend Update: U.N.’s Climate Change Report – SNL

Weekend Update: U.N.’s Climate Change Report – SNL

Weekend Update on Hamilton’s Handwritten Letters – SNL

Weekend Update on Hamilton’s Handwritten Letters – SNL

>>HANDWRITTEN LETTERS BY ALEXANDER HAMILTON WERE SOLD AT AUCTION FOR MORE THAN $2 MILLION. YOU KNOW THEY ARE AUTHENTIC BECAUSE THEY ALL BEGIN — YO, MY NAME IS HAMILTON AND I’M HERE TO SAY — [ LAUGHTER ] >>McDONALD’S ANNOUNCED IT WILL BE OFFERING TWO NEW VERSIONS OF THE BIG MAC. ONE FOR EACH TYPERead More Weekend Update on Hamilton’s Handwritten Letters – SNL

PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode November 16, 2019

PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode November 16, 2019

>>Mitchell: ON THIS EDITION FOR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16: AFTER A WEEK OF HEARINGS, KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THE IMPEACHMENT INQUIRY; AND IN OUR SIGNATURE SEGMENT, THE LATEST IN OUR “FUTURE OF FOOD” SERIES WITH A LOOK AT KERNZA, A LITTLE-KNOWN GRAIN THAT’S GAINING ATTENTION. NEXT ON PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND.FROM THE TISCH WNET STUDIOS ATLINCOLN CENTER INRead More PBS NewsHour Weekend full episode November 16, 2019

Vacation – MFF ACT NOW on Climate Change

Vacation – MFF ACT NOW on Climate Change

Kill the map for five minutes would ya!? Making us look like a couple of tourists! Hey dude! I’m just trying to find where we are, man! Welcome to the misty shores of England. This is one freaky ass beach. Speaking of freaky, what the heck is that thing? Bing Connors!? Who? Bing “Big Body”Read More Vacation – MFF ACT NOW on Climate Change

‘Flygskam, Travel Guilt, and How to Fly Smarter

‘Flygskam, Travel Guilt, and How to Fly Smarter

In August 2019, Greta Thunberg embarked on a journey from the UK to the U.S. aboard a zero-emissions race boat. Her expedition shed light on the impact of commercial aviation on climate change. In 2018, international air travel accounted for 2.4% of global CO2 emissions from fossil fuel use. To put this into perspective, inRead More ‘Flygskam, Travel Guilt, and How to Fly Smarter

Adam Ruins Everything – Most Controversial Ruins (Mashup) | truTV

Adam Ruins Everything – Most Controversial Ruins (Mashup) | truTV

increase the number of illegal immigrants in America. What? How could it possibly? Here, I’ll show you. Just building a wall would be practically impossible. This is where it would be. (dog squeals) It would have to stretch over 2,000 miles of rough terrain… cutting through mountains, rivers, villages and even people’s homes. And allRead More Adam Ruins Everything – Most Controversial Ruins (Mashup) | truTV

Top 10 Largest Cities by 2030 | The B1M

By 2030, the global population will have grown to over 8.5 billion people. 60% of them will live in cities and one in every three people will live in a city with over 500,000 inhabitants. This trend, means it’s more important than ever to get our built environment right – by 2030, it will literallyRead More Top 10 Largest Cities by 2030 | The B1M

Kiribati: a drowning paradise in the South Pacific | DW Documentary

Kiribati: a drowning paradise in the South Pacific | DW Documentary

It’s low tide on Tarawa the main atoll of the island nation of kira bas Ta Tata and his three sons have just a few hours before the water returns There are no stones on the beach anymore and that’s why we have to go far out We need to get coral because the seaRead More Kiribati: a drowning paradise in the South Pacific | DW Documentary

The diet that helps fight climate change

The diet that helps fight climate change

I have to admit that when it comes to food, I’m a total sucker. Whether it’s sugar or grease or carbs, pretty much bring it on! And I spend a lot of time in Montana, so for me, that medium rare, grass fed ribeye steak? Pretty much as good as it gets. I know. IRead More The diet that helps fight climate change

How Will Climate Change Transform U.S. Cities?

How Will Climate Change Transform U.S. Cities?

How will climate change transform U.S. cities? That’s a very difficult question to answer, I think. There are obvious ways, direct ways, like coastal cities are maybe very subject to sea level rise and parts that will flood. A lot of cities, guess what, they’re built near the ocean. It just ends up that way.Read More How Will Climate Change Transform U.S. Cities?