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Artist Makes Global Warming Worse by Melting Ice on Purpose

Artist Olafur Eliasson has had an idea for something clever to do and say it's art. He's shipping massive chipped-off chunks of ice sheet to London, so we can watch, live, as the ages-old ice melts away because of all our fridges, cars, cows and radiators. Read More >>

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Boil Your Pants to Battle Moth Crisis

Moth enthusiast scientists have a bleak warning for the future of mankind and mankind's favourite skinny trousers and t-shirts. Our modern love of washing everything at lukewarm temperatures to save energy is failing to kill off moth larvae, meaning we're more likely to have our wardrobes and/or bin liners full of clothes attacked by fabric-eating insects. Read More >>

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Greenhouse Gas Concentrations Hit High, Likely to Become ‘Permanent Reality’

A new bulletin from the World Meteorological Organization reports that the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have reached another new record high in 2014 that could become a ‘permanent reality.’ Read More >>

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2014 Was the Warmest Year on Record

Do your recent weather memories include an unnaturally high number of heat waves, droughts, and record-breaking temperatures? It wasn’t just your imagination: 2014 was one of the hottest years experienced by nearly everyone currently living on the planet. Read More >>

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New UN Climate Report: We’re all Doomed

A new report from the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns that global temperature rises will likely be "severe, pervasive, and irreversible" in coming years. In other words, we're all doomed. Read More >>

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Landmark UN Report Blames Humans For Climate Change

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has this morning a landmark report which places the blame for climate change squarely at the feet of humankind. Read More >>

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Dinosaur Flatulence Caused Jurassic Climate Change

A lot of dinosaurs were big eating machines. Now, scientists have calculated how much gas they would have expelled as a result of their digestion—and the quantities they produced probably meant that they warmed their own climate through letting rip. Read More >>