Last week, I went to an event at Columbia focused on the rapidly approaching Paris Climate Talks (COP 21). There, I was introduced to the web series "Climate Countdown". The series, which at the moment comprises 9 10-15 minute episodes, aims to map out the history of the past UN climate negotiations and explain the political, economic, environmental, and social implications of past and present decisions. Though climate change--more specifically the process of trying to cope with it--is inherently quite complex, throughout the episodes, Kaia, the director of Climate Countdown, makes a concerted effort to "explore different facets of this complex issue and break it down into bite-sized bits". I would definitely encourage anyone curious/wanting more information about the upcoming climate negotiations or climate change in general to check out the series!
Here is a link to the website, where you can find the episodes: