Arctic Ocean could be ice-free before mid-century

By 2050, human beings will have added enough carbon dioxide to the atmosphere to melt all the Arctic's sea ice, research predicts.
Posted On 05 Nov 2016
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Greenland rises as ice sheet melts faster

New research shows that Greenland has been losing billions more tonnes of ice than thought – and gaining height as bedrock rises under less weight.
Posted On 01 Oct 2016
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July was hottest month on record for the globe

Analysis confirms 15 consecutive months of record-breaking heat
Posted On 18 Aug 2016
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The Elephants of Antarctica & Greenland

The “elephants” of Greenland and Antarctica are on the move, flexing their big bodies, and getting ready to go for a swim in the ocean. We have time to begin adapting to the new reality,
Posted On 12 Aug 2016
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Climate disasters increase risk of armed conflict in multi-ethnic countries

Climate disasters like heat-waves or droughts enhance the risk of armed conflicts in countries with high ethnic diversity
Posted On 26 Jul 2016
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Warming warning is a burning issue

Canadian scientists show that unregulated exploitation of fossil fuels could lead to dramatic rises in temperature more than double the levels previously feared.
Posted On 26 May 2016
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US insurance aid props up climate-risk homes

Major insurer calls for an end to government subsidies that encourage expensive house-building schemes in areas of the US at high risk of floods and storms.
Posted On 25 May 2016
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Poorest nations will feel heat soonest

Very high temperatures are set to affect some of the world’s least developed countries before touching the richer nations that are more responsible for climate change.
Posted On 18 May 2016
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