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Climate change set to increase extreme weather risk to UK population - http://t.co/OMieIFHiAr http://t.co/tUKq8nnZiE
Climate change set to increase extreme weather risk to UK population - http://t.co/OMieIFHiAr http://t.co/4f5JOzmxWR
Climate change set to increase extreme weather risk to UK population - http://t.co/OMieIFHiAr http://t.co/9Lm7PI1cvf
El Niño has got a lot of attention this year as forecasters puzzle over its 'will it or won't it' behaviour http://t.co/KzbaDoi4j6
Climate change set to increase extreme weather risk to UK population - http://t.co/2NEYXkfmzr http://t.co/OR6xewPH2V
The jury's still out on how climate change will affect El Niño, but unlocking past clues can help http://t.co/KzbaDoi4j6
New study unravels what's been driving changes in El Niño over the past 21,000 years http://t.co/KzbaDoi4j6
US Environmental Protection Agency expected to introduce further air pollution controls on power plants http://t.co/tJn1LPoBxB
Scientists dig deep into earth's history for clues to El Niño past, present and future http://t.co/Zg0RMCHH12 http://t.co/hGQzx7p3s8
Geoengineering a "solution of last resort", says @guardianeco http://t.co/7MSKrTI1TG
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