The Top 5 YouTube Global Warming Videos of 2007

Fri, 2007-12-28 11:15Kevin Grandia
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The Top 5 YouTube Global Warming Videos of 2007

At DeSmogBlog we monitor Youtube on a daily basis looking for the videos that effectively convey the reality and urgency of global warming.

Here's this year's top 5:

#5 The Ranting Gryphon on Global Warming

Winner of the moviebakery global warming award.

#4 Boxer Tells Inhofe Who the Boss is Now

Not a true youtube video, but definitely a highlight of the year.

#3 “Arctic Sea Ice Loss 1979 to 2007

Courtesy of NASA's Goddard Scientific Visualization Studio

#2 “Fox Attacks the Environment”

By Robert Greenwald and Bravenew Films

#1 “The Most Terrifying Video You'll Ever See”

The video is the work of Oregon school science teacher, Greg Craven, who has become a youtube sensation since posting his insightful and humorous reasoning for why we need to act now to reduce our energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.

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For voting the winner of our global warmig award as #5 into your list of best global warming videos on YouTube in 2007!

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