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Together with the assistance of NASA, JAXA and leading Universities from all over the world, Tipping Points aggregates data to be analyzed and provides a clear timeline to change on this planet. Will we be ready?
Hosted by Climate Journalist and adventurer Bernice Notenboom, Tipping Points embraces commentary from leading climate scientists surveying the complexity of the major tipping points effecting our current climate and their impact on changing weather patterns around the globe.
Adventurous and informative, Tipping Points explores the interconnectedness of all the elements that make up our climate system that influence global and local weather patterns. The Earth is in a delicate equilibrium; once one factor reaches its respective tipping point the other factors will also breach stability. As the atmosphere heats up and the chemical makeup of the atmosphere shifts there will be repercussions felt on a global scale. These elements are what Bernice and her team of climate authorities are going to explore is some of the most remote locations on the planet.
From the canopies of The Amazon to the ice sheets of Siberia, these climate specialists will chase answers to behavioral patterns of tipping elements in the climate system affecting our weather systems.
How close to tipping are we? When will these climates tip and what will be the indicators? How will our climate and weather patterns be affected once stability has been ruptured? Will large-scale discontinuities be the biggest cause for climate catastrophes in this century? These are the questions Tipping Points dares to ask, and further answer.
Floods, droughts, extreme monsoons, fires, heat waves and hurricanes will be the indicator of the extent to which the weather can push, and how these life-threatening weather occurrences will effect weather norms on a global scale.
Join the world’s pre-eminent scientist as they go off the grid to explore the dangerous new tipping points making our weather systems more extreme and unpredictable. Discover the elements destabilizing our climate system and how these changes impact weather systems around the world. (Source: The Weather Channel)
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