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Season 2 / Episode 12 and airs on 07 December 2016 04:00
Sam Champion, themanaging editor of the Weather Channel, hosts 23.5 Degrees with Sam Championthat is filmed at studios in Atlanta and Manhattan. It features discussions ofimportant scientific issues relating to climate, weather and space. Championwelcomes experts in various fields to talk about issues that are of interest toscience enthusiasts or, as Champion describes the target audience, "people wholove the climate, love the environment and love space." The show's scientificfocus is even reflected in its title, which refers to the angle at which theEarth tilts along its axis.
Driverless cars could be available in the near future; cities are being redesigned to mitigate the effects of climate change.
Exxon responds to claims that the corporation knew about climate change and made efforts to conceal it.
The first U.S. community is moved from their homes due to the rising waters of climate change.
Dr. M Sanjayan, Sr. Scientist of Conservation International, shows coral reef conservation efforts with virtual reality; Meiling Gao of Clarity, an air quality monitor that uses crowdsourced data to show where the air is polluted.
Virtual reality shows coral reef conservation efforts; Peter Wilcox, captain of the Greenpeace ship fleet, talks about his 30-year history on the front lines of Environmental Activist.
The first U.S. community to be moved from their homes due to the rising waters of climate change and how others are being impacted as well.
Scott Harrison, of Charity: Water, helping some of the 663 million people around the world who need clean water; Zaria Forman, whose hand-painted pieces capturing climate change are changing the way the world views global warming.
Peter Diamandis, Founder of X Prize talks about how he got started, what keeps him optimistic every day, and private space travel.
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