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On this channel, we would like to look into Global Change and the challenges that we will face in the upcoming years. But that's not all! We would also love to share with you possible solutions for these challenges and suggestions on how we can all contribute to creating a long-term, sustainable and meaningful life on our planet. 


Research Focus
  • ecological physiology of plants
  • application of remote sensing in the plant physiology
  • global climate change
  • (non)-imaging methods in fluorometry and spectroscopy
  • use of fast growing plant species for the bioenergy.

Limits of RENEWABLE and NUCLEAR Energy

  • Pros and cons of solar, wind and nuclear energy. 
  • Issues of renewable energy. 
  • Is nuclear energy necessary for solution of global change?

Key Elements of Global Climate System and Their Importance

Importance of: 

  •  Greenland Ice Shield. 
  • Amazon Forest. 
  • South Pole. 
  • Boreal Forest. 
  • Permafrost. 

HOW TO get CLIMATE CHANGE under CONTROL and remain under 1.5 degrees of globel warming? 

  • Decrease emissions by half to 2030
  • Zero emissions in 2050
  • Stop deforestation by 2030
  • Biggest contributors on global change: Energy, transportation, agriculture
  • Energy - stop using fossil fuels: coal 2030, oil, nature gas
  • Energy - trajectory over 3.0
  • Transportation - stop producing cars 2030
  • Transportation - electromobility in next video
  • Goal 2.0 degree Celsius: we have more time - 0.5 degree is 10 years of current emissions

ELECTRIC CARS pros and cons. Role of cars in ongoing Climate Change. 

  • Electromobility - is it solution of climate crisis?
  • Different sources used for charging cars.
  • Projections of numbers of cars worldwide.

Climate Change NOW, in the PAST and in the FUTURE

  • What is going on? 
  •  What problem are we facing? 
  • What is different now than in the past?

Why is 1.5 Degree Celsius a Magical Number?

  • Why is 1.5 degree of Celsius goal? 
  • What reports IPCC 2022? 
  • What means 1.5 and 2.0 degree of Celsius for nature?


Director of the CzechGlobe 

  • Forestry
  • Forest primary production
  • Silviculture
  • Ecophysiology of photosynthesis
  • Biophysical plant physiology
  • Air pollution
  • Global changes
    Is It Possible to Stop Climate Change? 
  • Artificial intelligence in future research. 
  • Human consequences. 
  • Research methods now and before.
Why We didn't Do Enough Last 15 Years? Who is Responsible? 
  • Prediction of future development. 
  • Who is responsible for global change? 
  • Why we didn't do enough last 15 years?
What is Global and Climate Change and How it Affects Human Being? 
  • What is global change? 
  • How it affects human being? 
  • What is climate change? 
  • How civilization affects it?
Are We Ready to Change our Behaviour, or Heading to Catastrophe? 
  • How is global change researched? 
  • Why it is necessary to research global change? 
  • How we need to change of our lifestyle. 
  • Starting conflict between generations.


Head of Department of the Human Dimensions of Global Change 

  • Sustainability governance
  • Systems transformations for sustainability
  • Transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary research
  • Place-based social ecological systems research

Why climate change is a social issue?

  • What causes ongoing climate change? 
  • How does economy and politics affects it?

Climate change will affect everyone. What can we do about it?

  • Ongoing and future impacts of climate change, worldwide and in Europe. 
  • Climate change is not fair and will not affect everybody in the same way. 
  • Climate migration. How can we affect global change individuals and as a society?

Sustainable thinking and behaviour

  • Dealing with Greenwashing. 
  • Overconsumption. 
  • Mindful shopping. 
  • Sources for climate action. 
  • Climate change contribution of developed countries - past and present.


Climate change, biodevirsity and sustainable countries.

  • Difference between total emissions and emissions per capita. 
  • Biodiversity loss and why is it happenning. 
  • How it is biodiversity loss related to climate change. 
  • Sustainable practices in different countries.

Sustainable practices and democracy

  • Good examples of sustainable state practices. 
  • Climate change and democracy. 
  • Pathways for decision-making on state and personal levels.

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