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  • Yes, even though for some, it's cold right now! ...

    Last month was the warmest October since record-keeping began in 1880, NOAA reports. NOAA also projected out scenarios for the last two months of the year, making clear that 2014 is almost certainly going to be the hottest year on record.

    Last month was the warmest October since record-keeping began in 1880, NOAA reports. NOAA also projected out scenarios for the last two months of the year, making clear that 2014 is almost certainly going to be the hottest year on record.

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  • "The species as a whole is decreasing in number, and is listed as vulnerable by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature."
    "The reason for the variability in numbers is location, location, location. "If you're ...

    The southern Beaufort Sea has lost almost half its polar bears in the past decade, but those in the remote Arctic remain a mystery.

    The southern Beaufort Sea has lost almost half its polar bears in the past decade, but those in the remote Arctic remain a mystery.

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  • “You’re likely going to be looking at hurricanes vastly more powerful than anything that ever hit Panama, and ever will,” Stallard says. A storm like Hurricane Mitch, which killed 3,800 people in Nicaragua in 1998, would probably cause the canal to f...

    The ramificiations of the proposed route have environmentalists worried, and for good reason

    The ramificiations of the proposed route have environmentalists worried, and for good reason

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  • Over the last two decades, from 1989 to 2009, the trends are positive, or rather sea levels have increased, and to a greater degree ...

    A new database developed by the University of Cantabria (Spain) provides data on sea level variation due to atmospheric changes in the south of Europe between 1948 and 2009. Over the last two decades sea levels have increased in the Mediterranean bas...

    A new database developed by the University of Cantabria (Spain) provides data on sea level variation due to atmospheric changes in the south of Europe between 1948 and 2009. Over the last two decades sea levels have increased in the Mediterranean bas...

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  • Ozone hole closing for the year, but full recovery is decades away ...

    Imagine an environmental crisis caused by a colourless, odourless gas, in minute concentrations, building up in the atmosphere. There is no expert consensus, but in the face of considerable uncertainty…

    Imagine an environmental crisis caused by a colourless, odourless gas, in minute concentrations, building up in the atmosphere. There is no expert consensus, but in the face of considerable uncertainty…

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  • "There's a global warming signature in pretty much everything that we see these days" ...

    Blistering heat across Australia, frigid conditions across much of the continental US – what’s going on?

    Blistering heat across Australia, frigid conditions across much of the continental US – what’s going on?

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  • The new study, which involved detailed scientific examination of a peat bog in southern South America, indicates that the most extreme climate episodes of the Little Ice Age were felt not just in Europe and North America, which is well known, but app...

    Researchers have shed new light on the climate of the Little Ice Age, and rekindled debate over the role of the sun in climate change. The new study, which involved detailed scientific examination of a peat bog in southern South America, indicates th...

    Researchers have shed new light on the climate of the Little Ice Age, and rekindled debate over the role of the sun in climate change. The new study, which involved detailed scientific examination of a peat bog in southern South America, indicates th...

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