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The government today announced it would follow the Committee on Climate Change's advice to leave the UK's emission reduction targets as they are. Read more
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A list of the EU's biggest emitters is being used to argue for policies that would limit use of coal. We take a look at the 'dirty 30' and the policies its authors would like to see. Read more
It's puzzling why Antarctic sea ice seems to be growing while earth's other icy expanses are shrinking. But a new paper suggests it might not be rising much after all. Read more
Seals love offshore windfarms, beef is carbon intensive, and it's hot outside. Read more
Scientists know greenhouse gases cause the world to warm. But an interesting question is why warming at earth’s surface speeds up and slows down. Read more
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Prof John Turner explains why Antarctic sea ice growth isn't just a "spurious artifact" of satellite data http://t.co/TaAHjFD030 @BAS_News
New paper shows periods of sluggish surface warming aren't unusual (nor are faster ones) http://t.co/xPYKjfgog4
How can Europe tackle its "dirty 30" coal plants? Blog: http://t.co/y5u28GGtq7 http://t.co/5Oz47KTPk2
Do satellite errors unexpectedly resolve the puzzle of growing Antarctic sea ice? We examine new research http://t.co/M3cHUd5BAB @BAS_News
Scientists explain why 15 years of slower-than-expected surface warming doesn't disprove climate models http://t.co/00mQTnMm4U
The UK tops the 'dirty 30' coal emissions league table. Blog: http://t.co/fOR6jjteRa http://t.co/ldl5p8HF4t
UK government policy on energy efficiency isn't looking as impressive as it was last year, a report finds - http://t.co/3q256DaAQO
.@drsimevans takes a look at the tricky task of predicting the future of energy policy - http://t.co/o7XrV5CXXN
Have satellites overestimated Antarctic sea ice growth? | Blog http://t.co/CDvu8idBuR
Shale gas emissions in the US similar to normal gas, and about half that on coal, new research suggests - http://t.co/HEHOXR5NNj
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