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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) synthesis report due in November uses sharper, more decisive language on the impacts of climate change and presents stronger evidence too. Read more
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The Mail on Sunday reports that Arctic summer ice is on the increase, disproving the “myth of Arctic meltdown”. Read more
Overnight, Iceland's Bardabunga volcano began erupting. We look at the role of volcanic eruptions in climate - past, present and future. Read more
As nuclear power plants get old, they're more prone to breaking. A new report highlights the importance of planning for their demise. Read more
Renewable sources of electricity have been breaking lots of records recently. They will keep on breaking records for the foreseeable future as new capacity is added. If we're going to avoid dangerous climate change, there's no other way. Read more
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NATO is downplaying climate threats, RTCC claims - http://t.co/04qVcobgXt
Pupils begin 'tough' new national curriculum, BBC reports - including climate change - http://t.co/KBQeNopZhq
Blog: How the IPCC is sharpening its language on climate change http://t.co/bDlZ7lFGbH
New research: Rapid sea-level rise along the Antarctic margins in response to increased glacial discharge http://t.co/ODvb3UPZMw
Will climate change hit worker producviity? Climate Progress has a look: http://t.co/Y701oBwi67
Freshwater runoff from US Sierra Nevada could fall by a quarter this century, new research finds - http://t.co/tGvmeQRTYg
Industry, eastern states could get more cash with EU climate package - @benjgarside and @michaelszaboco2 report - http://t.co/pA8DwGK0Vv
Do imaginary weather forecasts from the future help us understand climate change? http://t.co/IyAE6phAaR
Nigel Lawson's thinktank funded by Nigel Lawson's rich friends - http://t.co/5JVVbqp5sF
Yes, Arctic sea ice is in long term decline, scientists tell us - http://t.co/DwdKu67m9T
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