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Digital Studios: Hot Mess

Hot Mess is a show about how climate change impacts all of us, and about how we can create a better future for our planet and ourselves. Premiering April 19th, 2018!

Episodes

Season 1
About half the world has internet access. That’s 3.6 billion people surfing the web. How...
Season 1
As the world figures out how to live with a rapidly changing climate, traditional...
Season 1
Imagine that aliens landed and gifted us a clean, limitless energy source. Instead of...
Season 1
Thanks to climate change, disease carrying critters are expanding their ranges, and their...
Season 1
Earth’s atmosphere naturally contains greenhouse gases. Without them, the world would be...
Season 1
It’s impossible to say that climate change is responsible for any individual storm or...
Season 1
We're putting more and more carbon dioxide and other gases into the atmosphere, which are...
Season 1
Over the past few centuries, a handful of countries reaped the benefits of fossil fuels...
Season 1
We have enough fossil fuels to make Earth intolerably hot...
Season 1
We don’t hear much about the hole in the ozone layer anymore. That’s because we’ve all...
Season 1
Climate change is amplifying extreme weather events like hurricanes, heatwaves and other...
Season 1
Climate change is affecting lots of living things, including the fluffy, cute ones. What...
Season 1
The average carbon footprint of a person in the US is 16.5 tons –TONS. So, what can you...
Season 1
Weather and climate are very different. But our experience of weather can have a big...
Season 1
What do you think of when you hear the words “climate change?” Chances are, you might...
Season 1
Splitting the atom once promised to be the carbon-free energy source of the future. But...
Season 1
We’ve known about the greenhouse effect for nearly 200 years and about climate change for...


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Hot Mess is a show about how climate change impacts all of us.

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