We are not suggesting that these are the only “must see” climate videos; they certainly aren’t.
Bear in mind that these are links to external videos, most in YouTube, and such links can break. We’d welcome your letting us know that you encountered a dead link.
If you're not familiar with it you should watch what is probably the most watched climate change video ever, and the first on the list! "What’s the Worst That Could Happen?” is one of dozens put together by high-school teacher George Craven more than a decade ago, and watched more than 10 million times. It's both amusing and informative. You can access the full collection in the Climate Web through this link:
Jonathan Haidt's 2012 video is also very much worth watching for anyone interested in climate change.
How Wolves Change Rivers is a fascinating look at the workings of complex systems.
- 2007 Craven_1 What's the worst that could happen? The improved sequel
- 2007 Craven_The Most Terrifying Video You'll Ever See - The original video
- 2008 Could Just One Degree Change the World?
- 2008 NatGeo_2 Degrees Warmer: Ocean Life in Danger
- 2008 NatGeo_3 Degrees Warmer: Heat Wave Fatalities
- 2008 NatGeo_4 Degrees Warmer: Great Cities Wash Away
- 2008 NatGeo_5 Degrees Warmer: Civilization Collapses
- 2008 NatGeo_6 Degrees Warmer: Mass Extinction?
- 2011 Penn & Teller - Climate Change Bullshit - and Offsets
- 2012 "CHASING ICE" captures largest glacier calving ever filmed
- 2012 Jonathan Haidt Explains Our Contentious Culture JH
- 2012 Steroids, baseball, and climate change
- 2013 Global Warming: 1884-2012
- 2013 Marshall Ganz on Fighting for Social Change
- 2014 How Whales Change Climate
- 2014 How Wolves Change Rivers
- 2015 What is global warming?