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                              Encyclopedia Britannica Presents: What is the Real Climate Change Effect? #ExplainerVideo

                              Encyclopedia Britannica Presents: What is the Real Climate Change Effect? #ExplainerVideo

                              Encyclopedia Britannica Presents: What is the Real Climate Change Effect? #ExplainerVideo

                              This is the first animated video in the supposed Britannica Wonders series. This one is dedicated to climate change. In an illustrative and witty manner, the video shows how several degrees can drastically change our world.

                              Video details & Credits:

                              Duration: 180 seconds
                              Format: 2d graphics with character animation
                              Type: Animated Explainer Video
                              Client: Encyclopædia Britannica (USA)
                              Production: Darvideo Animation Studio | darvideo.tv
                              Timing: 8 weeks
                              PM: Maks Zaglotsky
                              Scriptwriter: Oksana Kyrychenko
                              CG Artist: Veronica Horban
                              Sketch / Storyboard Artist: Daniila Kolot
                              Animator: Ilya Tkachenko


                              Agreement to prevent global average temperatures from increasing to more than 2 degrees Celsius above the pre-Industrial Revolution temperature benchmark.
                              Some people think that we should be trying to keep warming below 1.5 degrees. But how much difference can half a degree really make, you’ll say?
                              What if Earth’s climate warmed up to 2 °C above that pre-Industrial benchmark overnight?
                              If the global average temperature rises by 1.5 degrees, the probability of an ice-free Arctic summer in any given year is about 3 percent.
                              Ice near the poles continues to melt at 2 degrees of warming, adding enough water into the oceans to cause sea levels to rise by 48 centimeters by the year 2100.
                              Rainfall, like the layer of peanut butter on a PB&J, is best when it’s evenly distributed. The frequency of extreme rainfall events at 1.5 is expected to have increased by 17 percent.
                              Droughts will grow to last 2 months on average – about as long as it took the Mayflower to sail to America.
                              Reduced crop production and other results of extreme weather patterns will contribute to an 8 percent drop in global GDP.

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                              Daniel 21.07.2022 at 06:24

                              Wonderful job. This is the case when animation would be indispensable

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