Jem Bendell: What’s ahead?

Dr. Jem Bendell is a Professor of Sustainability Leadership and Founder of the Institute for Leadership and Sustainability (IFLAS) at the University of Cumbria (UK). He focuses on leadership and communications for social change, as well as approaches that may help humanity face climate-induced disruption.

BBC Question Time: Should climate activists be applauded or arrested?

Climate emergency with Extinction Rebellion New York

Chris Hedges talks to activists Christine See and Rory Varrato of Extinction Rebellion.


Dr. Kate Jeffery: Heading for extinction and what to do about it

Steven Pinker and Yuval Noah Harare: What awaits human civilization?

Charles Eisenstein: Am I a climate denier?

Obviously the climate debate is highly polarized. On one pole are the extremists, the alarmists, the catastrophists, and on the other pole are those who are called "the deniers." That is an epithet that already implies that that side is wrong, so I prefer to say "the skeptics," which is not to say that I agree with them, but I like to use relatively neutral terms to describe each side.

Dr. Rupert Read: This civilization is finished: So what is to be done?

Climate change: When facts are not enough

Inside Story with Al Jazeera: Is it too late to stop climate change?

Al Jazeera's interview with a group of prominent British experts on environmental sustainability (September 23, 2019).

Rebelling against human extinction with Rory Varrato

Getting real about the Climate Apocalypse

Secretary General of the UN: We have 12 years to save Earth

Al Jazeera's diplomatic editor James Bays sits down with Antonio Guterres - Secretary General of the UN - ahead of the UN climate summit. Guterres tells us we have just 12 years the save the planet and that "nature is angry".