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6/7/2015
Australia's small island neighbours in the South Pacific face an enormous bill to protect their coastal buildings and infrastructure from the impacts of climate change and extreme weather, one they are unlikely to afford. Research out of ...   
6/7/2015
Scorching summers such as the one in 2003 look set to become more common in England and Wales, a study suggests.And devastating rains such as in Britain's worst winter in 2013-14 may be less likely in the decades ahead.Work by the ...   
6/7/2015
The rainy season has come once again and for many communities in the Philippines, this means getting ready for strong typhoons. This also means evacuation, damaged crops, and floods. June to September has always been the months where typhoons ...   
6/7/2015
CALLS have been made for collaboration within Asean and beyond to try to limit the rise of world temperatures to 2 degrees Celsius - to avoid catastrophic impacts from climate change.The calls were made at a regional forum on climate change ...   
5/7/2015
The world will be up to an average of 5°C warmer by the end of this century. Science says this will utterly change the world and the environment that human beings rely on to live. Numerous reports on that change paint a dystopian future, where ...   
5/7/2015
Top Australian researchers have offered to educate Liberal Party sceptics on the evidence of climate change, saying a push for Federal Parliament to re-examine the science is unnecessary and ignoring expert consensus may "imperil" the ...   
5/7/2015
International scientists are calling on world leaders to take immediate action on climate change before irreversible damage is done to the ocean's ability to absorb carbon dioxide. A paper published by the Oceans 2015 Initiative in the ...   
5/7/2015
THE long-anticipated encyclical by Pope Francis to the world on the environment was released mid-June. The Lancet Commission, a distinguished United Kingdom-based health body, the following week released its report on health and climate change. ...   
5/7/2015
Pink salmon in the Pacific Ocean face a double threat of acidification linked to greenhouse gas emissions since it slows their early growth in rivers and disrupts the chemistry of seawater.Impacts have in the past been more studied in the ...   
5/7/2015
Famed illusionist David Copperfield is among the few handfuls of A-list celebrities and billionaire businessmen who own private islands around the world. But he's also part of an even more exclusive club: Island owners who say they are concerned ...   
3/7/2015
Try as it might, the National Energy Board just can't escape the climate change discussion. In his campaign trail unveiling this week of the Liberal Party's new green agenda, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau singled out the country's energy ...   
3/7/2015
The World Meteorological Organization said it is too soon to know whether intense heat waves sweeping Europe, parts of the United States and southern China are linked to climate change. The WMO said more investigation is needed to determine the ...   
3/7/2015
Our oceans need an immediate and substantial reduction of anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions. If that doesn't happen, we could see far-reaching and largely irreversible impacts on marine ecosystems, which would especially be felt in ...   
3/7/2015
What would it take to save the oceans?Thirty percent of atmospheric carbon dioxide is absorbed by the world’s oceans, and the authors of a new study say we need to focus on these ecosystems before it’s too late. (Video via CBS)An ...   
3/7/2015
Governments must rethink plans for new coal-fired power plants around the world, as these are now the “most urgent” threat to the future of the planet, the head of the OECD has warned. In unusually strong terms for the organisation – ...   
3/7/2015
If left unchecked, global warming will cause irreversible damage to marine life in the world's oceans, forcing fish to search for cooler waters and destroying valuable coral reefs, an international study said Thursday. Keeping global ...   
3/7/2015
They already knew climate change was changing their lives for the worse. The ice the Iñupiat people used for centuries to hunt bowhead whales on a fragile barrier island on the Chukchi Sea had thinned so much that hunting was too risky. ...   
3/7/2015
Unless ambitious action is taken to reduce carbon emissions the world’s oceans are facing dangerous and irreversible impact that could affect seafood supply, according to a new study. The report, which has been published in the journal ...   
2/7/2015
Scientists have warned that marine life will be irreversibly changed unless CO2 emissions are drastically cut. Writing in Science, experts say the oceans are heating, losing oxygen and becoming more acidic because of CO2. They ...   
2/7/2015
Scientists have warned that marine life will be irreversibly changed unless CO2 emissions are drastically cut.Writing in Science, experts say the oceans are heating, losing oxygen and becoming more acidic because of CO2.They warn ...   
2/7/2015
A newly released government report has admitted that houses close to fracking operations in the UK could see their value fall by up to 7% and the process could cause environmental damage. The report was published in full for the first ...   
2/7/2015
Australia should cut greenhouse gas emissions 30% from 2000 levels by 2025, the government’s Climate Change Authority has recommended. By 2030, the country should target a 40-60% cut, according to the advisory body’s final ...   
1/7/2015
The UK government’s Airports Commission has recommended that a new runway at Heathrow should go ahead, but only with a legally binding commitment to control air and noise pollution. If the government decides to act on Howard Davies’ ...   
1/7/2015
Fracking operations in the U.S. have gotten thirstier in the last 15 years, consuming more than 28 times the water they did a mere 15 years ago. A new study by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in partnership with the American ...   
1/7/2015
Brazil, the United States and China -- three of the world’s top 10 greenhouse gas emitters -- all announced new goals Tuesday to curb climate change. President Obama and Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, leaders of the Western ...   

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