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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Climate adaptation gap grows wider

New study shows that the financial costs of developing countries adapting to the impacts of climate change may rise to as much as $500 billion by 2050.
Posted On 17 May 2016
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Cities face flash flood hazards

Scientists in Australia warn that global warming will lead to more intense and concentrated summer storms seriously testing city drainage systems already struggling to cope.
Posted On 15 May 2016
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Searing heat may spark climate exodus

Temperatures in the Middle East and North Africa could reach unbearably high levels that would make some regions uninhabitable and increase the pressures of climate refugees.
Posted On 11 May 2016
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Rainfall patterns cloud climate changes

New research calls in to question climate models that link weather extremes to current temperature rise.
Posted On 08 Apr 2016
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Arctic sea ice shrinks to record low

For the second year scientists report the extent of the sea ice in the Arctic region has continued to shrink dramatically to record winter levels.
Posted On 30 Mar 2016
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Past emissions cause mounting climate havoc

Despite signs that the world will cut its future fossil fuel use, greenhouse gases already emitted are still driving accelerating climate change.
Posted On 29 Mar 2016
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Have humans tilted the climate books out of balance?

Greenhouse gases from cattle, fertilisers, manure and agriculture mean that human activities have turned the land and soil into part of the global warming machine.
Posted On 24 Mar 2016
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