Climate Change Animation Shows Devastating Effects

  • Published on Jun 13, 2014
  • AJ animates the devastating effects on how climate change is already affecting every continent and every ocean on the planet, based on the most definitive report compiled by the United Nations. Hundreds of leading scientists from all over the world worked over 5 years researching the impacts and the challenges ahead for the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
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Comments • 269

  • D Doc
    D Doc 14 days ago

    Trump knows the score he just smart enough to not give a shit smart people don't try to save the world

  • Greg Jones
    Greg Jones 2 months ago

    OMG. You mean their is changing weather on every continent? No way!!!!

  • irish327 Rose
    irish327 Rose 2 months ago

    Right up there with overpopulation huh. Come to my area.. Overpopulation is a joke. Quit crowding. Then you'd never believe this either.

  • Meleki Schuster
    Meleki Schuster 2 months ago

    we love the earth

  • Richard Conner
    Richard Conner 2 months ago


  • Sam Lair
    Sam Lair 2 months ago

    I know a fellow who thinks that global warming could be a good thing by keeping the Earth from sliding into another ice age if we stopped emitting greenhouse gases now (he understands the Milankovitch Cycles). He knows that greenhouse gases trap infrared radiation and wants to use this in the distant future to our advantage. He says that we’re foolish to use up our fossil fuels now when we’ll need them for later. He indicates that because of what we know about the dynamics of climate and such events as the Dryas Period, that at least a thousand is what it’ll take to artificially stabilize the effects that we are generating now. But, that as microbes in the melting permafrost release additional carbon dioxide, it would take a massive reduction of industrial capacity to even stabilize the rate of increase of CO2 and temperatures. Thus, even the total use of carbon neutral methodologies may not be enough to stabilize the rate of climate change.
    Meanwhile, the very same people who most vehemently deny the reality of global warming, also, abhor the idea of a world government - yet, the global crises that we will all experience will force a massive worldwide effort (cooperative and/or reactionary) just to try to ensure our civilization’s survival. In short, he says, we shall continue to live in interesting times / our descendants, not so much.

  • Abby
    Abby 3 months ago

    Well it's the first day of summer, and its 64° and cloudy, not to mention 2 days ago it was in the high 80's

  • God_Laughs _At_Atheists

    Animations are not scientific. An over-active imagination is not science. The global warming alarmists continue to fail in their predictions that doom the world. Enjoy the summertime while it's here... because this past winter had record breaking cold temps. I won't forget that.

  • Dealing with Feeling
    Dealing with Feeling 3 months ago

    It used to be we had the last frost by mother's day in Gainesville Florida. Now it is a month earlier. It warms sooner. Things bloom, then frost happens and all blossoms and fruits are lost.

  • Victor Schultz
    Victor Schultz 3 months ago +1

    My city Londrina in South Brazil, will become a desert, if the Amazon rainforest disappear.

  • Devon Wesley Hahn Kurkowski

    I'm from southern Texas, and never has there been tornados here.

  • Ben Simpson
    Ben Simpson 4 months ago +1

    Nothing can be done. It's too late. Accept that life adapts, and life changes. The planet cannot stay forever. This is our most important lesson as a species. You cannot avoid death. Not for an individual, not for a species. The end of the human race is inexorably coming to meet us. It is inevitable.

    Do your best to make the most of the nature available while we still have it, and learn about who you are.

  • OualidBro. Chelihi
    OualidBro. Chelihi 5 months ago +1

    2025: wolves are in the Netherlands.

  • Moo
    Moo 5 months ago +4


    _You fricking FRICKS_

    • Ari Grace
      Ari Grace 4 months ago +1

      this is my entire mood on climate change

    DJUZI 5 months ago

    This does't even sound that bad. What is everyone freaking out about?

  • Jakob
    Jakob 5 months ago

    "Pretty scary stuff, huh?", she said in a happy bubbly voice before telling us to comment and subscribe .. Man I wish people would finally react appropriately to this crisis

  • hermanwahsletn
    hermanwahsletn 5 months ago

    When I was young i tuned in DDR. This video is similar. Where is the global warming?

  • random white dude
    random white dude 6 months ago


  • random white dude
    random white dude 6 months ago

    ty, this help with school

  • Olivia Marsh
    Olivia Marsh 6 months ago +1

    No offence I’m watching this in class and it’s boring af 🙄

  • 林俊傑 Miller Lin
    林俊傑 Miller Lin 7 months ago

    Global warming is good for reducing human being.

  • Darcie Allen
    Darcie Allen 8 months ago +4

    Thanks for this video it helped with my chemistry 👏🏻

  • argie udiong
    argie udiong 8 months ago

    what is the title of song?

  • jLaiCUk
    jLaiCUk 9 months ago


  • KD01
    KD01 9 months ago

    Typhoons are rare for me! In valenzuela city

  • tech nician
    tech nician 10 months ago

    Its going to cause house insurance to sky rocket if the house is located in a forest. Bleetching is killing corel reefs. 23,000 deaths in europe in 2003. major forest fires in usa and around the world. Climate change will cause the next 6 mass extinction if co2 cannot be slowed down. The arctic permafrost is quadrillion tons of carbon that is now melting and being released to the atmosphere.

  • HardcoreGamez
    HardcoreGamez 11 months ago

    but Donald trump says otherwise!!!!???XD

  • Rosie o' Jay
    Rosie o' Jay 11 months ago +1

    We really need to do more videos like this. PragerU is reaching a nearly 2million audience with biased and mislead information and have a climate change video that comes up with just two words. It was the first one I saw.

  • stapme
    stapme 11 months ago

    Go nuclear. 👍🏼

  • Modderz Style
    Modderz Style 11 months ago

    but now i think thatthe earth would be destroyed because of poluotion because the food chain will finsh

  • Ryōkaï Kun
    Ryōkaï Kun Year ago

    it is

  • Sophie Mouton
    Sophie Mouton Year ago
    Hey ! I just did a video about climate change, go check it out, it would mean the world to me!! Thanks so much and together we can save our planet!!

  • Michael Sylvester
    Michael Sylvester Year ago +13

    You sure can see the change in the climate for sure.
    The sad thing Trump will not do anything about it. He thinks it’s fake.

    • D I E T W A T E R
      D I E T W A T E R 4 months ago

      Michael Sylvester Trump is just one person there are billions of people in the world who can help.

  • The Eco Heroes
    The Eco Heroes Year ago

    Love Planet Earth and be an Eco Hero! 🌍❤️

  • Ella Flores
    Ella Flores Year ago


  • Joanne Ortiz
    Joanne Ortiz Year ago

    ... so basically it will be bad for some people and species and good for others. That's really all this seems to say.

  • kb csDJvno \]][,.
    kb csDJvno \]][,. Year ago +1

    The Obama EPA’s crooked prosecutors
    By Paul Driessen October 15, 2017
    Suppose a crooked prosecutor framed someone and was determined to get a conviction. So he built an entire case on tainted, circumstantial evidence, and testimony from witnesses who had their reasons for wanting the guy in jail. Suppose the prosecutor ignored or hid exculpatory evidence and colluded with the judge to prevent the defendant from presenting a robust defense or cross-examining adverse witnesses.
    You know what would happen-at least in a fair and just society. The victim would be exonerated and compensated. The prosecutor and judge would be disbarred, fined and jailed.
    EPA’s egregious misconduct inflicted significant harm on our nation
    What you may not know is that the Obama EPA engaged in similar prosecutorial misconduct to convict fossil fuels of causing climate chaos and endangering the health and wellbeing of Americans.
    EPA then used its carbon dioxide “Endangerment Finding” to justify anti-fossil fuel regulations, close down coal-fired power plants, block pipeline construction, and exempt wind and solar installations from endangered species rules. It put the agency in control of America’s energy, economy, job creation and living standards. It drove up energy prices, killed numerous jobs, and sent families into energy poverty.
    EPA’s egregious misconduct inflicted significant harm on our nation. Having acted to repeal the Obama Clean Power Plan, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt must reverse carbon dioxide’s conviction and scuttle the Endangerment Finding that serves as the foundation and justification for the agency’s war on coal, oil and natural gas. Any harm from fossil fuels or carbon dioxide is minuscule, compared to the extensive damages inflicted by the decision and subsequent regulations.
    President Obama and EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson took office determined to blame carbon dioxide for “dangerous” and “unprecedented” manmade global warming and climate change. They then used that preordained decision to justify closing coal-fired power plants and dramatically restricting fossil fuel use. Mr. Obama had promised to “bankrupt” coal companies. Ms. Browner wasted no time in decreeing that CO2 from oil, natural gas coal burning “endanger” human health and welfare. It was a kangaroo court.
    Their Environmental Protection Agency did no research of its own. It simply cherry-picked UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports and wrote a Technical Support Document to make its case. The TSD ignored studies that contradicted its predetermined Endangerment Finding-and relied on circumstantial evidence of climate and extreme weather disasters generated by computer models.
    The role of the sun, cosmic rays, changing ocean currents and numerous other powerful, interconnected natural forces throughout Earth’s history was simply ignored
    The models were programmed on the assumption that rising atmospheric CO2 levels are the primary or sole factor determining climate and weather. They assumed more carbon dioxide meant more planetary warming and worsening climate chaos. The role of the sun, cosmic rays, changing ocean currents and numerous other powerful, interconnected natural forces throughout Earth’s history was simply ignored.
    The models predicted steadily increasing global temperatures and more frequent and intense storms. Instead, even as atmospheric carbon dioxide levels continued to rise, except for a noticeable temperature spike during the 2015-2016 super El Niño, there has been no planetary warming since 1998. Harvey finally ended a record 12-year drought in Category 3-5 hurricanes making landfall in the USA.
    Tornado deaths are far less frequent than in the 1950s. Floods and droughts differ little from historic trends and cycles. Antarctic land ice is at record highs, and Arctic sea ice is again within its “normal” levels for the past 50 years. Seas are rising at just seven inches per century, the same as 100 years ago.
    The models also assumed more warming meant more clouds that trapped more heat. They ignored the fact that low-lying clouds trap heat but also reflect solar heat back into the atmosphere. Humans might be “contributing” to temperature, climate and weather events, at least locally. But there is no real-world evidence that “greenhouse gases” have replaced natural forces to cause climate chaos or extreme weather-and no evidence that humans can control Earth’s fickle climate by controlling emissions.
    In fact, with every passing year, climate model temperature forecasts have been increasingly higher than those actually observed over most of the lower atmosphere.
    The EPA approach amounted to saying, if reality conflicts with the models, reality must be wrong-or to deciding that real world evidence should be homogenized, adjusted and manipulated to fit model results.
    Indeed, that’s exactly what EPA, the IPCC and other alarmist researchers have done. Older historic records were adjusted downward, modern records got bumped upward a bit, and government-paid scientists ignored satellite data and relied increasingly on measurements recorded near (and contaminated by) airport jet exhaust, blacktop parking lots, and urban areas warmed by cars, heating and AC vents.
    The IPCC also claimed its referenced studies were all peer-reviewed by experts. In reality, at least 30% were not; many were prepared by graduate students or activist groups; and some of its most attention-getting claims (of rapidly melting Himalayan glaciers, for example) were nothing more than brief email messages noting that these were “possible” outcomes. Moreover, most IPCC peer reviewers were scientists who fervently promote catastrophic manmade climate change perspectives, receive government and other grants for writing reports confirming this thesis, and take turns reviewing one another’s papers.
    Despite these inconvenient facts, a steady barrage of Obama EPA press releases and statements from alarmist regulators and “experts” insisted that fossil fuels were causing planetary cataclysms. Anyone who tried to present alternative, realistic data or views was ridiculed, vilified and silenced.
    Even one of EPA’s most senior experts was summarily removed from the review team. “Your comments do not help the legal or policy case for this decision,” Alan Carlin’s supervisor told him.
    Two additional facts dramatically underscore the kangaroo court nature of EPA’s 2009 proceedings.
    Carbon dioxide is not a pollutant, as defined by the Clean Air Act
    First, oil, natural gas and coal still provide over 80% of America’s and the world’s energy. The International Energy Agency says they will be at least this important 25 years from now. Indeed, fossil fuels are the foundation for modern industries, transportation, communication, jobs, health and living standards. Emerging economic powerhouses like China and India, developing countries the world over, and even industrialized nations like Germany and Poland are using more of these fuels every year.
    The Obama EPA studiously ignored these facts-and the tremendous benefits that fossil fuels bring to every aspect of our lives. Those benefits outweigh any asserted dangers-by orders of magnitude.
    Second, carbon dioxide is not a pollutant, as defined by the Clean Air Act-and was never listed in any legislation as a pollutant. It was turned into an alleged pollutant by dishonest, ideological EPA prosecutors, who needed to justify their anti-fossil fuel regulatory agenda.
    In reality, carbon dioxide is the miracle molecule without which most life on Earth would cease to exist. It enables plants of all kinds to convert soil nutrients and water into the fibers, fruits and seeds that are essential to humans and animals. The more CO2 in the air, the faster and better plants grow, and the more they are able to withstand droughts, disease, and damage from insects and viruses. In the process, crop, forest and grassland plants, and ocean and freshwater phytoplankton, exhale the oxygen we breathe.
    EPA Endangerment Finding is the foundation for the Obama era Clean Power Plan and other rules
    In rendering its endangerment decision, EPA ignored these incalculable CO2 benefits. It ignored experts and studies that would have provided vital information about the tremendous value to our planet and people from fossil fuels and carbon dioxide.
    Finally, having a slightly warmer planet with more atmospheric CO2 would be hugely beneficial for plants, wildlife and humanity. By contrast, having a colder planet, with less carbon dioxide, would be seriously harmful for arable land extent, growing seasons, crops, people and wildlife habitats.
    The EPA Endangerment Finding is the foundation for the Obama era Clean Power Plan and other rules. Reversing it is essential to moving forward with science-based energy and climate policies.
    Paul Driessen is a senior fellow with the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow and Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise, nonprofit public policy institutes that focus on energy, the environment, economic development and international affairs. Paul Driessen is author of Eco-Imperialism: Green power, Black death

  • fromwkfsmouth
    fromwkfsmouth 2 years ago

    Prepping for Hurricane Irma right now. Also, I just came home from the UK last month and it was too cold for summer.

  • Trishajavier5 Javier 5

    Yeah , it have great inpact in our community ,especially about the heat

  • Nasiful Huda
    Nasiful Huda 2 years ago +1

    In New York City, I've been seeing more thunderstorms and flooding happening during the summer and more wild blizzards during the winter. Also, I've been seeing more days with over 30 celsius or 86 degrees.

  • Louie Lansang
    Louie Lansang 2 years ago

    same here in philippines i notice the beach i used to go risen up high tide or low tide the sea level rose up, and the summer heat killed people due to heat stroke

  • Matthew N. Chea
    Matthew N. Chea 2 years ago

    I am impressed with the unique video and want to encourage African governments,Private sectors to invest in the aspect climate change mitigation and adaption;this issues is global one therefore Africans themselves should take lead in addressing this contenious crisis.
    Bravo! to the producers.

  • Sebastian Máximo Noé Ugarte Molero

    puta q sad

  • Talya Mohammed
    Talya Mohammed 2 years ago

    i would love to send you pictures of our islands

  • Talya Mohammed
    Talya Mohammed 2 years ago

    yes it is in Trinidad

  • bamischijfje123
    bamischijfje123 2 years ago

    if you make a video like this and you want people to believe it: first check your facts, than upload the video

  • ma. s
    ma. s 2 years ago

    does global warming has even one positive side effect ?

  • JJ Jason CC
    JJ Jason CC 2 years ago


  • JJ Jason CC
    JJ Jason CC 2 years ago

    OMG!!!This THING will reduce food availability!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Haemonchus Contortus
    Haemonchus Contortus 2 years ago

    It didn't snow much last winter

  • DaddyStallion
    DaddyStallion 2 years ago

    were those pokeballs bro

  • DaddyStallion
    DaddyStallion 2 years ago +1

    this was literally awful

  • Burger Lee
    Burger Lee 2 years ago

    It's too hot to bear!!!

  • Michael Anderson
    Michael Anderson 2 years ago

    Yes amrica

  • War gamervlogs
    War gamervlogs 2 years ago

    climate change is affecting were I live my winters are shorter

  • Hardcore Gamer
    Hardcore Gamer 2 years ago +3

    It's only January and there is no snow where I live in Ontario😓

    • Nasiful Huda
      Nasiful Huda 2 years ago +1

      During last winter, it didn't start to snow until late December to early January. That is very odd because the first snow day usually starts on December 7th-12th. I remember that in 2013, it was snowing in NYC as early as late October.

  • Username47948
    Username47948 2 years ago +2


  • Lyna
    Lyna 2 years ago +6

    We didn't have snow this winter for the first time, so.. I guess that's a start..?

  • Noura A
    Noura A 2 years ago +14

    well, in my country Qatar, the weather is too hot that in the summer it got 50c degrees! I'm really scared of wuts coming, and the end of the world is near ; so beware ppl !

    • Venomous Unicorn
      Venomous Unicorn 3 months ago +1


    • Zack Walker
      Zack Walker 2 years ago +2

      Noura Aljasmi
      The middle east will be too hot to live .
      You will have to move to places like the USA thanks to climate deniers like trump.
      So much for his muslim ban .

    • Noura A
      Noura A 2 years ago +1

      Nagma Mohamed but , it's not normal at all! Seriously , cuz the temperature is rising through the years . Also المحور of the earth is slightly not straight, thats a sign that the sun is coming from the sunset side (east/west)

    • Nagma Mohamed
      Nagma Mohamed 2 years ago +1

      Noura Aljasmi Qatar is located in a hot place so it's normal for it to be hot there I live there to and have done some research