Episode 38: World Water Day
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1y ago
In this episode of the podcast, I have talked about "World Water Day", which is celebrated on 22nd March each year. World Water Day, 22 March 2021, is about what water means to people, its true value and how we can better protect this vital resource. Additional Info:A staggering 784 million people live without basic access to clean water. That’s roughly 1 in 10 people on earth.  For every $1 invested in safe water and sanitation, a yield of $5 to $28 USD is returned in increased economic activity and reduced health care costs. Climate change is also drastically affecting our water system ..read more
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Episode 11: Arctic Part 2
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1y ago
In this episode of the podcast, I have continued talking about the Arctic. This episode is a little longer than the previous episodes.  I have talked on the following topics: France's Importance in the Arctic Background Key issues and challenges ahead in the Arctic Priorities International Polar Years  France's main scientific interests in the arctic. Permafrost Economic opportunities Protecting the arctic marine environments  The European Union and the arctic Arctic Facts “France will do everything that it can, here in the Far North of the planet, to take action, mobilize its ..read more
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Episode 7: The Kyoto Protocol
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by Yash Negi
1y ago
In this episode of podcast Talking Climate Change with Yash Negi, I have talked about The Kyoto Protocol and the differences between Paris Agreement and The Kyoto Protocol. I also mentioned The Doha Amendment with Kyoto Protocol.  Kyoto Protocol: Background Major Tenets Responsibilities of Developed versus Developing Nations  The United States' Involvement  Follow me on Twitter for daily news on climate chnage: https://twitter.com/realyashnegi Suggestions are welcome: yashnegi4920@outlook.com Support the show (https://paypal.me/yashnegi27?locale.x=en_GB ..read more
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Episode 28: Climate Variability Part 1
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by Yash Negi
1y ago
HAPPY NEW YEAR to everyone. May this year brings more happiness in your life. Wishing you and your family a great year ahead. In this episode of podcast, I have talked about Climate Variability. This is the first part of Climate Variability. Topics: Introduction about Climate Variability  Difference between Climate Change and Climate Variability Enhanced Greenhouse Effect Impact and Vulnerability Impacts of climate variability and extremes Transportation  Additional Info: The climate system receives nearly all of its energy from the sun. The climate system also radiates energ ..read more
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Episode 18: Anthropogenic Emissions
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by Yash Negi
1y ago
In this episode of the podcast, I have discussed about Anthropogenic Emissions. Topics talked in the podcast:  Introduction  The effect of N2O emission on the net CO2 displacement by energy crop production Smart Urban Energy Transition  German Advisory Council on Global Change(WBGU) Nitrogen Oxides formation and control Environmental Impact  Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/realyashnegi Suggestions are always welcome: yashnegi@climatology.in Website: climatology.in Support the show (https://paypal.me/yashnegi27?locale.x=en_GB ..read more
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Episode 12: Glaciers
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by Yash Negi
1y ago
In this episode of the podcast, I have talked about Glaciers and its classification along with distribution and  Also talked about my questions that I asked my professor at my university. How Do Glaciers Move? How do glaciers move? How Fast Do Glaciers Move? Additional Information Arêtes are narrow, serrated, knife-edge ridges forming a thin partition between two cirques or adjacent parallel glacial troughs. Horns are pyramidal, steep-walled mountain peaks formed by headward erosion of cirques. To form, a horn must have at least three cirques on its flanks. Glacial Deposits: Both valley ..read more
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Episode 17: COP 26
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by Yash Negi
1y ago
In this episode of the podcast, I have talked about COP 26 and discussed why it holds significant importance and at last, I talked about Maddie Graham and talked a litle bit about her journey to become activist to cast her first vote in the US elections.  Twitter:// https://twitter.com/realyashnegi Suggestions are always welcome: yashnegi@climatology.in Website: climatology.in  Support the show (https://paypal.me/yashnegi27?locale.x=en_GB ..read more
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Episode 29: Climate Variability Part 2 (Final Part)
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In this episode of the podcast, I have talked about in depth about "Climate Variability" and it is the final part which is part-2. Climate Variability is defined as variations in the mean state and other statistics of the climate on all temporal and spatial scales, beyond individual weather events. The term "Climate Variability" is often used to denote deviations of climatic statistics over a given period of time (e.g. a month, season or year) when compared to long-term statistics for the same calendar period. Climate variability is measured by these deviations, which are usually termed anomal ..read more
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Episode 14: Antarctica Part 1
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by Yash Negi
1y ago
In this episode of podcast I have talked about Antarctica. I have talked about its physical geography and its history and at last little bit about its facts. Additional Info:  Modern plate boundaries may be far different from ancient ones presumably marked by old fold belts. Ancient Antarctic mobile belts, such as are followed by today’s Transantarctic Mountains, terminate at continental margins abruptly, as if sliced off, and seemingly reappear in other lands across young ocean basins. Much research has been concentrated on attempting to match intercontinentally the detailed structure of ..read more
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Episode 9: Arctic PART 1
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by Yash Negi
1y ago
In this episode of podcast I have talked about Arctic and it is itself a very big topic so I have decided to split the video into parts and this is Part1.   About Arctic: The Arctic is the northernmost region on Earth. The Arctic is dominated by the Arctic Ocean basin, and the icy reaches of Scandinavia, Russia, the U.S. state of Alaska, Canada, and Greenland.   Here are the things I have mentioned. Life in the Arctic Marine Ecosystem  Secondary Consumers Tertiary Consumers Scavengers Terrestrial Ecosystems People in the Arctic Inuit  Challenges of Indigenous Cultures Re ..read more
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