Video: Projecting future climate

Climate scientists use development paths, or so called emission scenarios, to project the potential future changes in the climate. Future precipitation and temperature projections vary in response to the emission scenario that humanity follows. [1], [2]

Video length: 11:56 min

Language: English, with Finnish subtitles (see instructions below)

Published in: 13.2.2012

Published in Climateguide.fi: 15.11.2013

For courses in Finnish upper secondary schools: GE1, GE3 (old) -> GE2, GE1 (new curriculum/OPS)

Subtitles: Video has Finnish subtitles available. If they don’t appear automatically, click the rectangular icon ”Subtitles” and choose Finnish. Video has been subtitled by the Finnish Meteorological Institute in TULUVAT-project funded by Finnish National Board of Education.

Terms of use: The video is freely usable for non-commercial purposes, such as education. Climateguide.fi website and the producer of the video should be mentioned as reference.

Authors: Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions (PICS) and Finnish Meteorological Institute

References

  1. Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions: Education http://pics.uvic.ca/education
  2. Climate Insights: Bite Size. External credits and sources. February 15, 2012. http://pics.uvic.ca/sites/default/files/uploads/bitesize_credits.pdf

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