Who Is Responsible For Climate Change? - Who Needs To Fix It?

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This video is part of a series about climate change supported by Breakthrough Energy - a coalition founded by Bill Gates, that is working to expand clean-energy investment and support the innovations that will lead the world to net-zero carbon emissions.

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Since the Industrial Revolution, humans have released over 1.5 trillion tonnes of carbon dioxide or CO2 into the earth's atmosphere. In the year 2019 we were still pumping out around 37 billion more. That’s 50% more than the year 2000 and almost three times as much as 50 years ago. And it’s not just CO2. We’re also pumping out growing volumes of other greenhouse gases such as methane and nitrous oxide. Combining all of our greenhouse gases, we’re emitting 51 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalents each year.
And emissions keep rising - but they need to get down to 0!

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    1. Selena White
      Selena White
      7 päeva tagasi

      If you want to help slow down anthropogenic climate change, here are some ways you can do so for free. TreeApp, an app that plants trees on your behalf every day. All you have to do is watch a 30 second advert. Tribaldata, an app that sells data. You can plant a tree every time you earn enough points. Both apps work on smartphones and tablets. Ecosia, a search engine just like Google, but all it's profits go to planting trees. Thenonprofits, a website with links to click to donate. You can plant trees, protect forests, help people who are poor, sick, provide healthcare and education, etc for free. 🌄🏞️🌲🌳🙋🏻‍♀️👩‍💻

    2. Deepanshu Rawat
      Deepanshu Rawat
      17 päeva tagasi

      4:07 that is not the Indian Flag.

    3. Bread Cat
      Bread Cat
      20 päeva tagasi


    4. philippe
      Місяць tagasi

      Quant vous traduirez vous vidéos en français, je suis sur que vous aurez beaucoup plus d'adhérents.

    5. geert groffen
      geert groffen
      Місяць tagasi

      no country is the most responsible. we've all done it. so we also have to clean it up together

  2. Terlin1466
    6 tundi tagasi

    here are some major problems with this. One there is not proof that Doing everything possible will change things. two Its literately impossible to get others to do what you want to do around the world. three All solutions so far to combat the climate change has only been opportunity's to gain power so far and done little to nothing to help the climate. Conclusion The climate is going to change and NO amount of work is going to change shit cause clearly everything done so far has little to zero impact on it. But don't worry the planet wont die. We will..and you know, if we cant get along in our own country's then maybe we all deserve to die anyway. Humanity had its chance. let it die.

  3. Wes Jones
    Wes Jones
    12 tundi tagasi

    Both sides are right. Developed nations have historically produced more. But that doesn’t mean it’s hard to say the growing issue isn’t because of developing nations, as their emissions growth is linked to their poverty rate declines. In other words, the problem will continue to get worse unless poverty goes away. The solution therefore: tackle poverty. Attempting to force markets to change doesn’t work, due to unintended consequences. Read economist Frederic Bastiat’s 1850 essay That Which is Seen and That Which is Unseen, to understand better. Our efforts to force green energy in places like Germany have backfired and resulted in worse emissions reductions there, due to dependence on coal and outdated fossil fuels as a result. If we look at the reductions made in fossil fuel industries (vehicles today burn a fraction of the fuel they did 30 years ago, yet produce more power still, Canadian oil companies utilize carbon capture tech on site, pipelines have led to use of LNG from Mid East instead of flaring, etc.) we can see that it does benefit markets to improve if and when they can afford to. By exporting our LNG here in Canada to places like China and India (currently 70-75% of their energy is produced with coal which has double the emissions of LNG), we can help reduce their growing emissions despite their increased production. The result would be more power for their people for the first time, improvements in their tech and economies, as well as more opportunities globally (India leads the world in online virtual assistants). At the same time, this would generate billions in revenue for Canadian companies that invest in carbon capture tech, and can also afford to reduce emissions by means of reducing processing and work in order to reduce overhead. It would also mean billions in tax revenue to put toward sustainable practices to help individuals reduce emissions, thus lowering our emissions by making us wealthier, while lowering developing nation’s emissions by making them wealthier also. The economy isn’t a zero sum game (as evidenced by the fact that GDPs grow each year, an impossibility if wealth requires being taken from others and not created). By acting as though it is, we are holding back real efforts to make real and lasting changes, that also mean improving the quality of life for those who have every right to lift their families out of extreme poverty.

  4. Villanueva Elaina
    Villanueva Elaina
    18 tundi tagasi

    The irate drug prenatally realise because year arespectively flash off a silent brace. black-and-white, classy sideboard

  5. British mapper
    British mapper
    18 tundi tagasi

    only the bad people get power not the smart people who actually want to change for better even doe joe biden is better then donald trump joe biden ain't doing good there are alot of people who could be a better president instead of focusing on other countries and telling them to change first look in the mirror like before you start hating other countries look on what you do like even though countries take part and want to change they haven't necessarily converted to renewables but there are reasons for that too for example they can't cuz here in the uk its inefficient to use solar panels as yeah we rarely get sun also Nuclear power on a large scale would be very dangerous this is called the stop watching fake tic toks and blaming other countries like china paradox many people like joe biden and donald trump do not understand this paradox when china is poor so it needs to change and it has done that better then any other country by being efficient and using its population to its advantage also not ignoring problems like covid-19 anti-vaccine people and stuff that can wipe us all out

  6. roofprod
    20 tundi tagasi

    Conclusion: The United States and China are obliged to reduce emissions, and the rest join them. Industrialization, high technology, development - cannot be the cause of pollution. In the sense that the more developed a country, the faster it can introduce renewable energy and materials.

  7. roofprod
    20 tundi tagasi

    Вывод : США и Китай обязаны снизить выбросы, а остальные к ним присоединиться. Индустриализация, высокие технологии, развитие - не может быть причиной загрязнения. В том смысле,чем более развитая страна, тем она быстрее может внедрить возобновляемую энергетику и материалы. Conclusion: The United States and China are obliged to reduce emissions, and the rest join them. Industrialization, high technology, development - cannot be the cause of pollution. In the sense that the more developed a country, the faster it can introduce renewable energy and materials.

  8. Tabby Cat
    Tabby Cat
    21 tund tagasi

    not humans, billionaires released co2

  9. Aaron Preston
    Aaron Preston
    22 tundi tagasi

    wow this video is bullshit. we are not that important. we may kill ourselves but the planet will be fine.

  10. paule quinton
    paule quinton
    23 tundi tagasi

    Start climatechange

  11. Yeah, Shorts
    Yeah, Shorts
    Päev tagasi


  12. HUNTER0822
    Päev tagasi

    0:17 they are pumping out

  13. Gideon Oliver
    Gideon Oliver
    Päev tagasi

    CO2 impoverish us all ultimately

  14. Daniel B
    Daniel B
    Päev tagasi

    Ur not foolin' me. Where is ur spaceship.

  15. Sagar Debnath
    Sagar Debnath
    Päev tagasi

    You should praise India 🇮🇳. For their solar energy advancement...

    2 päeva tagasi

    In India electric cars are Not affordable

  17. CHEN HO TIN 陳浩天 Alumni
    CHEN HO TIN 陳浩天 Alumni
    2 päeva tagasi

    It's about individuals more than the country, are we willing to lower the current living standard to cut the emission? Few really do. That's why politicians are reluctant to go first. Because they are afraid of getting downvoted if they can't sustain the increasing GDP which is contradictory to cutting the emission.

  18. Rayan Jacob
    Rayan Jacob
    2 päeva tagasi

    I live in the United Arab Emirates

  19. Nils Tonsi
    Nils Tonsi
    2 päeva tagasi


  20. muiz ace the adorable
    muiz ace the adorable
    2 päeva tagasi

    china has a great population muchmore than the us so its not the one to blame its actually us who has been producing the most co2 for its population

  21. Zbig P
    Zbig P
    3 päeva tagasi

    The problem with global warming is that people have been led to believe that we are going to be a catastrophe, and these people, under the influence of hysteria, are forcing governments to take absurd and costly actions to sweat a little better. We all have to pay for the panic to stop crying. The industry that we liquidate moves to China and continues to poison there, so maybe this is not the way? Maybe it would be better and cheaper to spend public money treating mass hysteria and ban films like this and put their authors in jail?

  22. matthew benard
    matthew benard
    3 päeva tagasi

    A beautiful idea but there is too much Greed, Selfishness, and lies. Everyone is so focused on short term gain, they are not thinking about the future and the world that there and our kids will have to grow up in.

  23. Miles Leung
    Miles Leung
    3 päeva tagasi

    Wait “tonnes” you mean Tons?

  24. sparsh_play
    3 päeva tagasi

    4:08 hey Kurzgesagt, in this current scene the Indian flag is incorrecty colored, the circle in the centre is supposed to be blue in color, please fix this mistake

  25. KelSi T
    KelSi T
    4 päeva tagasi

    Lets just jump to the real conclusion, its everyone's fault, but some people just don't wanna say it.

  26. Jeet 31PS
    Jeet 31PS
    4 päeva tagasi


  27. Chv Hndrtntlr
    Chv Hndrtntlr
    4 päeva tagasi

    Last time I checked, they agree to blame it to third world country

  28. Boilermaker Things
    Boilermaker Things
    4 päeva tagasi

    10:26 i just herd a qwack

  29. Jan Skogsberg
    Jan Skogsberg
    5 päeva tagasi

    I like how you compare countries with each other and then throws in the EU like it’s one country together with all the rest of just the countrys.. The EU is a collection of 27 (!) country’s together. Then there is the total of landmass for each country and the population of that country.. If you try to put up some sort of graph for this the leading country’s for pollution would probably be different. But it’s “unfair” for the EU to be put up against individual country’s when it’s a collection of 27 country’s. Probably Germany and Poland is the worst polluters of the whole EU. So this statistics is I kinda unfair against the individual country’s in EU. It’s like comparing individual country’s to whole continents its miss-leading according to me.

  30. david staroselskij
    david staroselskij
    5 päeva tagasi

    send this to the presidends

  31. Nai Robi
    Nai Robi
    5 päeva tagasi

    We were less than today... And we will be 12 billion soon, all aiming to consume as developped countries. So... Just by doing the match.... Oh, and China.... It Is the Workbench of the world, thanks To Outsourcing.... No wonder US and Europe are lower than Asia... They have deindustrialised...

  32. PURASIN. Nitish
    PURASIN. Nitish
    5 päeva tagasi

    What the fuck..... Just take a look at the Indian Flag at 4:10... That's Insane..

  33. Peterson Roberto da Silva
    Peterson Roberto da Silva
    5 päeva tagasi

    The video is good but glosses over the fact that China is not polluting a lot only because it's "developing" now. Other countries could stop polluting once they outsourced their heaviest industries to China. So they gain a lot by china's output. Also, Questioning the meaning of development is not only a theoretical exercise, it matters because the national perspective on a singular, technology-obsessed scale leaves out the populations who are oppressed within each territory so that the economy can keep moving in the direction it's going. The meaning of development has been hijacked by capitalism into a narrative "from above" that leads to dumb fake dilemmas such as "how are we to develop without accepting the destruction of the world?" In other words, the video is good at dealing with the facts available but is not critical enough about the framework that contextualised them (which is a frequent limitation of this channel)

  34. Floofiest Kitty Cat’s
    Floofiest Kitty Cat’s
    6 päeva tagasi


  35. Jaime Martinez
    Jaime Martinez
    6 päeva tagasi

    Shaggy’s farts are the worlds greatest polluters

  36. Abhinay Kushwaha
    Abhinay Kushwaha
    6 päeva tagasi

    In the video at 4:07 is not the Indian flag. But content is best 👍

  37. Alexander Van Aizen Verana
    Alexander Van Aizen Verana
    7 päeva tagasi

    IDK climate change

  38. Selena White
    Selena White
    7 päeva tagasi

    If you want to help slow down anthropogenic climate change, here are some ways you can do so for free. TreeApp, an app that plants trees on your behalf every day. All you have to do is watch a 30 second advert. Tribaldata, an app that sells data. You can plant a tree every time you earn enough points. Both apps work on smartphones and tablets. Ecosia, a search engine just like Google, but all it's profits go to planting trees. 👩‍💻🙋🏻‍♀️ Thenonprofits, a website with links to click to donate. You can plant trees, protect forests, help people who are poor, sick, provide healthcare and education, etc for free. 🌳🌲🏞️🌄

  39. 임승호
    8 päeva tagasi

    3:11 map's south kr locate was wrong.

    8 päeva tagasi

    Both sides are responsible but even you're not in any of these sides you need to help solve it

  41. Soufiane Zerhari
    Soufiane Zerhari
    8 päeva tagasi

    Humans are to blame

  42. Random videos
    Random videos
    8 päeva tagasi

    Even it's not our fault let's help

  43. Gaz 955
    Gaz 955
    8 päeva tagasi

    historically speaking people did not know what they were doing and they are not me or anyone else alive, they had different attitudes and principles, is it right we should take the blame for things done by people no longer around?

  44. Darius Mihai Costin
    Darius Mihai Costin
    8 päeva tagasi

    Ya know Romania is the poorest in eu and this means Romania has the lowest carbon dioxide problmes

  45. Вера Павлова
    Вера Павлова
    9 päeva tagasi

    Мы наказываемся не ЗА пороки, а наказываемся САМИМИ пороками. И это самое тяжёлое и самое верное наказание. Бывает, что человек обманщик, обидчик проживает жизнь и умирает в богатстве и почёте, но это не значит, чтобы он ушёл от наказаний за свои пороки. Наказания эти будут не где-то на том свету, а наказания эти здесь. Здесь уже человек этот наказан тем, что с каждым новым грехом он всё больше и больше отдаляется от истинного счастья - любви и становится всё менее и менее радостным. Всё равно как пьяница, будет ли он или не будет наказан за своё пьянство от людей, он уже всегда наверное наказан, кроме головной боли и похмелья, уже тем, что чем чаще он напивается, тем телу и душе его становится всё хуже и хуже.

  46. Kaze TheCremator
    Kaze TheCremator
    9 päeva tagasi

    You are to blame i am to blame he is to blame she is to blame. It all of our faults.

  47. Xander Vervat
    Xander Vervat
    9 päeva tagasi

    Trump got them first at something, not everything in the vid

  48. Jayden Li
    Jayden Li
    9 päeva tagasi

    canada is big

  49. Jackson Brown
    Jackson Brown
    9 päeva tagasi

    It's all are fault we all need to do better

  50. jizburg
    9 päeva tagasi

    Good video. Altho the EU is not a nation state.

  51. Random Panda
    Random Panda
    10 päeva tagasi

    What can I do as an individual I can’t vote I don’t eat beef and I don’t drive what else should i be doing

  52. Theguy who lost his acc plays
    Theguy who lost his acc plays
    11 päeva tagasi

    Everyone is responsible, including myself.

  53. Leon Tan
    Leon Tan
    11 päeva tagasi

    This channel is all about depressing science videos that have great animations with ducks, ducks, ducks, ducks, ducks,, ducks,, ducks,, and ducks.

  54. Sukhada Ghewari
    Sukhada Ghewari
    11 päeva tagasi

    4:07 It's NOT the flag of India :/

  55. EyedBolty
    11 päeva tagasi

    Scott Morrison

  56. some person
    some person
    12 päeva tagasi


  57. Jintaro Kensei
    Jintaro Kensei
    12 päeva tagasi

    Maybe oh it's the Sun? Or maybe it's water vapor. Maybe stop boiling water. Maybe also stop farting. And maybe breathing. Nah, it can't be the Sun. It's US! The most important thing in the universe.

  58. TutorialDataTV✅
    12 päeva tagasi

    It's not like US is gonna fix this All other countrys need to help US also

  59. Dr. Helge H. Fischer
    Dr. Helge H. Fischer
    13 päeva tagasi

    Well, well, nicely presented, there is though some important and crucial factor completely left out in the equation: the fact that mother nature is hungry for CO2: does anyone of you folks have an idea about how much CO2 is absorbed by plants, absorbed by the oceans, converted to CaCO3 by shells and skeletons of marine life? Surely plants are very happy about the extra addition of carbon dioxide offered: they grow faster, make the world greener (!) and the yields of farmers are significantly increasing. And that's the upside that also needs to be put in the equation ...

  60. The COUNCIL of thirteen[ATC]
    The COUNCIL of thirteen[ATC]
    13 päeva tagasi

    Historicaly China may not have emited the most CO2, but still 13% and if you rember that China didnt have that much Industrie befor the 70s and 80s you see that they have emited very very much in a short period of time. Also China still uses a fuel in some Factories that is really harmfull to the Ozon (or however thats pronouced) while most have the world had agreed to not use that anymore

  61. Youmu Konpaku
    Youmu Konpaku
    13 päeva tagasi

    I live in the Philippines and i must say, the typhoons hete have been massive these past few years and the heatwave feels like a dessert and everyone in town can't sleep properly in the night anymore with how hot it is. This comment is just probably going to get lost somewhere but rich countries have to stop with this crap, us poor countries are suffering the most!

  62. 《Pr1yanshu SPY》
    《Pr1yanshu SPY》
    13 päeva tagasi


  63. Owen is my name.
    Owen is my name.
    13 päeva tagasi


  64. Neil Clark
    Neil Clark
    13 päeva tagasi

    You are a scientisty guy. Shouldn't you know that getting hotter is a stage that the Earth goes through? There were Ice Ages. Cold, cold times, when the Earth was covered almost completely by ice. Then there were hotter times, like during the dinosaurs. This is just another phase of the Earth. It may be PARTLY caused by the greenhouse gases put into the atmosphere from us, but mostly, it is a phase of the Earth. I don't understand why we have to get this all jammed into our heads. If it gets really that bad, God will save us.

    1. Trancera
      12 päeva tagasi

      This is a info graphics cartoon

  65. Hisokasuko • 11 lat temu
    Hisokasuko • 11 lat temu
    13 päeva tagasi

    This 10% of global CO2 emissions is made up of the 27 EU member states. What statistically means only 0.37% of global emissions for one EU country. As a reminder, CHINA alone produces as much as 27%. If we want to fight CO2, we must fight China, diplomatically, of course.

    1. Redsand
      12 päeva tagasi

      @Hisokasuko • 11 lat temu No, it is not. The one thing that the CCP is really good at, is planning for the far future. Did you know that since 1978, China has planted over 1 BILLION trees? That's more that 40 years ago, and they're only planning to stop in 2050. Look mate, I'm not telling you to fall on your knees to kiss Xi Jinping's boots, I'm just saying that you should at least consider the possibility that there is no us vs. them when it comes to climate change, we're all in this together.

    2. Hisokasuko • 11 lat temu
      Hisokasuko • 11 lat temu
      12 päeva tagasi

      @Redsand That's bullshit. No one knows what China do for 40 years.

    3. Redsand
      12 päeva tagasi

      ​@Hisokasuko • 11 lat temu You do realise that the pollution that goes into manufacturing the things you buy from China, which is basically everything, is counted as China's carbon emission, right? Also, China plans to go Carbon neutral by 2060 and I fail to see how another cold war would help them realise that goal.

    4. Hisokasuko • 11 lat temu
      Hisokasuko • 11 lat temu
      12 päeva tagasi

      @Redsand One country produces far more CO2 than the United States and the European Union combined. China, USA and India as much as 50% of global CO2 emissions! What the fuck are you having to work together? Statistically, one country in Europe produces only 0.37% of global emissions. We can do the fuck together. It is necessary to fight with world giants such as China in particular.

    5. Redsand
      12 päeva tagasi

      What the fuck are you even saying? This isn't the time for a 2nd cold war, we need to work together.

  66. Bella the Rainwing
    Bella the Rainwing
    14 päeva tagasi

    Sad thing is, there are so many people out there who wanna contribute like crazy to stop this but just don’t know how.

  67. M F
    M F
    14 päeva tagasi

    Why not just blame it on everyone then figure out who is responsible after. Just because it wasn’t your fault doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take responsibility Or I dunno, maybe everyone should just stop arguing over it and work together. Well, like that’s ever going to happen

  68. Nahor Wehtam
    Nahor Wehtam
    14 päeva tagasi

    The alive position interstingly plug because anthropology muhly pop across a two software. annoyed, strange thunderstorm

  69. electrowolf932
    14 päeva tagasi

    in 4:08 that not the indian flag

  70. Some guy with a Mosin.
    Some guy with a Mosin.
    14 päeva tagasi

    America and Australia: Blame China. China: Blame America for not taking action first. America: Blame China on not doing it. Scandinavia who already change to renewable: *Bruh*

    1. Some guy with a Mosin.
      Some guy with a Mosin.
      Päev tagasi

      @Atex Australia itself is big, plenty of Desert and goodness know, too much SUN and they still refuse to change to renewable nor agree to take action of either 2014 and 2018 Climate event when Every nations on the West agree to reduce their green house gask.

    2. Some guy with a Mosin.
      Some guy with a Mosin.
      Päev tagasi

      @Atex yes please, use that to justify why America doesn't need to fix anything.

    3. Atex
      Päev tagasi

      only because small scandinavian countries have a small population and much more space for solar panels wind turbines etc.. they are not as great as everyone belives. the citizens start to realize what the downsides are for having such a leftist government.

  71. Aamer Mohammed
    Aamer Mohammed
    15 päeva tagasi

    Hey guys! Love your content, they're quite informative. But, that's not the Indian flag at 4:10. Oopsiee.. 😁

  72. Shivam Yadav
    Shivam Yadav
    15 päeva tagasi

    you got the wrong colors for the Indian flag at 4:08

  73. heathmcrigsby
    15 päeva tagasi

    China and China.

  74. Matthew Bergeron
    Matthew Bergeron
    15 päeva tagasi

    But why do anything, when you can complain that somebody else isn't doing anything either

  75. Hashirama Namikaze
    Hashirama Namikaze
    15 päeva tagasi

    4:08 Nice flag of India you got there. (I know I am very late and Kurzgesagt have already addressed this small error but still, being an Indian, it is just funny to me!)

  76. Aditya Kishore
    Aditya Kishore
    15 päeva tagasi

    4:08 wrong flag of india

  77. lokos talel
    lokos talel
    15 päeva tagasi

    lol, those bird fighting screen

  78. Twitch_StarLord_
    15 päeva tagasi

    So everyone doing their best will eventually solve everyone's problems with climate change that affects everyone? Dam, who wouldve known?.....Every1? hehe ;)

  79. Suicine
    15 päeva tagasi

    Why middle east are outliers and not seen as a problem? Racist channel. Blame aus, us, canada as.most emissions per captia

  80. Rando
    16 päeva tagasi

    Simple. Everyone's fault. The West started the crap; and now we're just expecting everyone else to stunt their economic growth because we created the mess but want everyone to fix it. The West needs to provide decent solutions. Blaming China is hilarious, as China is investing more in renewable energy than any country other than Germany (per capita).

  81. A J
    A J
    16 päeva tagasi

    Smoking produces 10x more emissions than diesel cars but the addicts aren't ready to have that conversation. The governments don't ban them 'cause they are a huge source of revenue. We live in really bad times...

  82. Zandrew
    16 päeva tagasi

    Yeah :( Tropical Countries are hit hard by this climate change. Philippines is being baked at the moment :(

  83. Eugen Berzani
    Eugen Berzani
    16 päeva tagasi

    The fucking climate is responsible for climate change

    1. Trancera
      12 päeva tagasi

      Climate change is normal, we're just scared because we can't control it

  84. Sam Fiorina
    Sam Fiorina
    16 päeva tagasi

    Entire world enjoying Made in China but accusing China was the most polluter on earth,nice,just freaking nice.

  85. Tekno Plays WOTB
    Tekno Plays WOTB
    16 päeva tagasi


  86. Mercy Paclibar
    Mercy Paclibar
    17 päeva tagasi

    What about Philippines

  87. sesgate dibefceq
    sesgate dibefceq
    17 päeva tagasi

    The neighborly error climatologically order because chicory possibly afford against a flimsy butcher. jagged, abundant washer

  88. Deepanshu Rawat
    Deepanshu Rawat
    17 päeva tagasi

    4:07 that is not the Indian Flag.

  89. bashdzy
    17 päeva tagasi

    They're talking about global warming and stuff and while I had the freeze down here in Texas man that global warming

    1. JeffJests
      15 päeva tagasi

      well, the freeze was caused by global warming

  90. TheIronAntelope
    17 päeva tagasi

    It’s already too late. The Holocene Thermal Maximum and mass extinction is inevitable.

  91. Danny Quiros
    Danny Quiros
    17 päeva tagasi

    The impossible engineering rheologically x-ray because vase scilly stir towards a productive hurricane. vacuous, absurd tower

  92. Anuprabh Singh
    Anuprabh Singh
    17 päeva tagasi

    4:07 India's flag in incorrect!

  93. lntmickel
    17 päeva tagasi

    talk about trinidad

  94. Jatin Saharan
    Jatin Saharan
    17 päeva tagasi

    economics need to be redefined , every country just wants to reap out the maximum it can with paying the minimum it can . it only wants more money not the benefit of environment and a better and healthier lifestyle

  95. Jatin Saharan
    Jatin Saharan
    17 päeva tagasi

    money is the root of all problems

  96. ChuotVy
    17 päeva tagasi

    1,537,000,000,000 tons of carbon in 2017. How are we still alive

  97. Dhanraj Pratap Singh
    Dhanraj Pratap Singh
    17 päeva tagasi

    4:11 it is not india's flag

  98. Hariharan Ganesan
    Hariharan Ganesan
    18 päeva tagasi

    Excellent video and research

  99. Dr. Pepper
    Dr. Pepper
    18 päeva tagasi

    How to solve this climate change and carbon emissions shit : 1. Use Nuclear Energy for the time being while trying to find a more renewable energy source 2. Trees are good to prevent flooding and landslides in the eastern hemisphere, if you want to make more oxygen, I suggest we pump more zooplanktons into the sea 3. Stop babbling who should or shouldn't do it AND DO SOMETHING ALREADY ! I don't want to go turn on 2000 again this century, so at least try to fix this damn planet already !

  100. Dr. Pepper
    Dr. Pepper
    18 päeva tagasi

    Who is responsible ? Humans Who needs to fix it ? Humans When will it happen ? When stupid 9 y'old world leaders stop babbling with each other and actually do something for once