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TV needs a fresh new voice on climate change.
Recent live TV and radio credits include: Sky News, CNN, BBC Radio 4, BBC News Channel, Al Jazeera, Times Radio, TalkTV, LBC, BBC 5Live, Novara Media, CGTN and local BBC radio stations.
Plus by-lines and commentary in: National Geographic, Carbon Brief, CNN, The Independent, The Guardian, The Conversation, The Morning Star and Vice.
See below for examples of featured documentaries, talks and print articles.
Film and documentary
Lift the Ice - Ep. 6 "The ice is a Beast"
Beach house Pictures / Curiosity Stream
Dir. Elliot Kew / DOP Michael Downey / cam. Joe van Eeckhout / AP Edo Džafić
"Inspiring Minds with Ella Gilbert"
Lonely Leap / Wiley publishing
Dir. /DOP Simon Waldron
"Interview with a climate scientist"
Dir. /DOP Rikki B.
Dir. /DOP Dan Laughton
Online content - Dr. Gilbz youtube channel
IPCC Sixth Assessment Report
Just how screwed are we? What the latest IPCC report means for the cryosphere
The IPCC's latest report about the physical science of climate change comes out today. And it's not bedtime reading. It contains the strongest evidence yet of the damage we are doing to the planet and the dramatic shifts we are causing in our climate system. It shows even more starkly what could happen if we continue to emit greenhouse gases into the atmosphere - including irreversible changes that would reshape our world completely. And it reinforces the same message that climate scientists have been giving for decades: every tonne of CO2 matters.
Climate impacts & the cryosphere: what the latest IPCC report tells us
The second part of the sixth IPCC assessment report (AR6) has just come out, and it contains some scary details about the scale of the impacts that are already being felt because of climate change. The bad news is that they're going to get worse unless we do something about it. The good news is that we still have time to do something. ************** You can find the full IPCC working group 2 impacts report here: https://www.ipcc.ch/report/sixth-assessment-report-working-group-ii/ Check out this playlist of youtube videos about the report here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLUtb2Q2nk0&list=PLeBwUoIvGwcY-NV2BHGJpZ_oTsQUZZbEV And you can always support me on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/Dr_Gilbz. Subscriptions help me make more (& better!) video content about climate and polar science, and keep these videos independent.
How do we solve climate change? What the latest IPCC report tells us.
The final instalment of the IPCC’s sixth assessment report (AR6) came out in April 2022. It follows two previous parts, which covered climate science and climate impacts. This part is the most important bit: what we can do to tackle climate change. You can check out the two videos I did on the first two reports here: Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Awmx9922Kac Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0p9hezlWQCI …check ‘em out if you haven’t already. The TL;DR is that the first part of AR6 showed that climate change is happening here and now, and faster than we thought, highlighting that the climate crisis is, in the words of the UN’s secretary general, “code red for humanity”. The second part was arguably even more concerning, noting that the impacts of climate change are far-reaching and worse than we ever expected, meaning the “window of opportunity” to take action is “rapidly narrowing”. ******** You can find the full IPCC working group 3 climate mitigation report here: https://www.ipcc.ch/report/sixth-assessment-report-working-group-ii/ If you like the videos I make and want to support me to make more like these, you can always sign up to my Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/Dr_Gilbz. Subscriptions help me make more (& better!) video content about climate and polar science, and keep these videos independent.