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Despite slower surface warming over the past decade, projections of how much warming we can expect in the future remain unchanged, say the authors of a new study. Read more
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@joabbess So did we! But it wouldn't all fit in one tweet, so it got the chop.
e.g. "the line that the science of global warming is ‘settled’" http://t.co/6uJ54YzlzN (2/2)
Nature editorial: "the problem with black and white statements is that they tend to be the easiest to falsify" http://t.co/LQsng0rHz3 (1/2)
Climate Central explores what methane leaks mean for emissions as the US switches from coal to gas: http://t.co/7d92l7f5tk
Fracking could ruin the German beer industry, say brewers http://t.co/rmuJbPKtgD << shale gas and beer in one story!
You can run but you can't hide from your carbon footprint: http://t.co/Z47M4N9GTj
CCC's David Kennedy tells Carbon Brief energy strategy must take future generations into account in our new blog: http://t.co/3iUfIepBZx
Committee on Climate Change says government must think beyond 2020 to stop the electricity market reform failing: http://t.co/GcrJH21L8a
In case you missed it yesterday, here's our blog asking what the science says about tornadoes and climate change: http://t.co/k7vvOMB80h
The ECC committee wants to know how government plans to measure the success of the Green Deal: http://t.co/kdugtdDcZr
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