Materials and references


Animations and video

Earth System Research Laboratory- History of atmospheric carbon dioxide from 800,000 years ago until January 2016 (NOAA)
A year in the life of Earth's CO2 (NASA Goddard Media Studios).
Five-year mean anomaly of surface temperature for 1880 through 2016 (NASA-GISS).
Weekly animation of arctic sea ice age with two graphs: 1984 - 2016 (NASA Scientific Visualization Studio).
Global surface wind vector flow lines over sea surface temperature (NASA Scientific Visualization Studio).
Air traffic (Zurich University of Applied Sciences).
Simulating the transport of aerosols with GEOS-5 (NASA Global Modeling and Assimilation Office).
GEOS-5 Modeled Clouds at 5-km Resolution (NASA Center for Climate Simulation).
21st Century projection (G. Schmidt).
Greenland ice loss (NASA Scientific Visualization Studio).
Antarctic ice flow charted from space (NASA Scientific Visualization Studio).
Bird's eye's view of a crack in the ICE (NASA Scientific Visualization Studio).
Contribution of Antarctica to past and future sea-level rise (Robert M. DeConto, David Pollard).
No Excuse (Pubblicità Progresso - Mtv).
Eyewitness footage of Typhoon Haiyan washing house away (Plan International).


Movies

Some like it hot (B.Wilder, 1959).
Arrivo di un treno alla stazione di La Ciotat (A.&L. Lumière, 1896).
Piazza Duomo, Milano (A. Lumière, 1896).
Chasing Ice (J. Orlowski, 2012).
Harlan County (B. Kopple, 1976).


Music

From the movie "Some like it hot":
Running Wild (A .H. Gibbs, J. Grey, L. Wood)
Sugar Blues (A. Deutsch)
Some Like It Hot (A. Deutsch)
Randolph Street Rag (A. Deutsch)
Sweet Georgia Brown (B. Bernie, M. Pinkard)
I Wanna Be Loved By You (H. Stothart, H. Ruby)
I"m Thru with Love (G. Kahn, M. Malneck, F. Livingston).
Other songs:
Waltz for Debby (B. Evans)
Autumn Leaves (J. Kosma)
How deep is the ocean (I. Berlin)
Too Darn Hot (C. Porter)
After you"ve gone (T. Layton)
Stormy Weather (T. Koehler)
Be my love (N. Brodzsky)
Take The A-Train (B. Stayhorn)
Spike (E. Cella)
Looking Up (M. Petrucciani).


Books

S. Caserini (2016) Il clima è (già) cambiato. 10 buone notizie sui cambiamenti climatici. Edizioni Ambiente, Milano
S. Caserini (2009) "Guida alle leggende sul clima che cambia", Edizioni Ambiente, Milano
S. Caserini (2008) "A Qualcuno Piace Caldo", Edizioni Ambiente, Milano
J. Hansen (2009) "Tempeste", Edizioni Ambiente, Milano
S. Žižek S. (2012) "Benvenuti in tempi interessanti", Ponte alle Grazie, Milano
D. Jamieson (2014) "Reason in a dark time", Oxford University Press, Oxford 2014.


Scientific papers

De Conto B., Pollard D. (2016) Contribution of Antarctica to past and future sea-level rise. Nature, 531, 591-597
Keeling C.D. (1960) The Concentration and Isotopic Abundances of Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere. Tellus, 12, 200-203,
Keeling C.D. (1970) Is carbon dioxide from fossil fuel changing man's environment? Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 114, 10-17.
McGlade C., Ekins P. (2015) The geographical distribution of fossil fuels unused when limiting global warming to 2℃. Nature, 187-190.
Rockstrom J. et al. (2017) A roadmap for rapid decarbonization. Emissions inevitably approach zero with a "carbon law". Science, 355, 1269.1271.
Twiss S.D. Thomas C., Poland V., Graves J.A., Pomeroy P. (2007) The impact of climatic variation on the opportunity for sexual selection. Biology Letters, 12-15