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Glaciers are already melting due to global warming.

Climate Change

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Climate change in general refers to any long term change in local or global weather pattern when measured over a number of years. Climate also includes temperature, precipitation, Read More

Are we experiencing more extreme hot weather due to climate change? The evidence is in.

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By James Hansen, Makiko Sato and Reto Ruedy (available at PDF here)The greatest barrier to public recognition of human-made climate change is probably the natural variability of lo Read More

Is climate change already dangerous? (3) Consequences from current greenhouse gas levels

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by David SprattThird in a seriesDanger from implied temperature increaseThe current level of atmospheric CO2 only is sufficient to increase the global temperature at equilibrium by Read More

Australia’s hottest year was no freak event: humans caused it

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by Sophie Lewis and David Karoly, via The ConversationAustralia saw extreme heat and bushfires in 2013. Flickr/Rossco ( Image Focus Australia )The Bureau of Meteorology has confirm Read More

No warming "pause" says World Meteorological Organization head

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The head of the World Meteorological Organization says there is no standstill in global warming, which is on course to continue for generations to come. By Alex Kirby, Climate News Read More

So the planet stopped warming, says Rupert

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This week, Rupert Murdoch's "The Australian" dutifully reported as news an opinion piece, from 16 denier–scientists, claiming that the world had stopped warming, which had or Read More

Faustian bargain revisited: study finds zeroed emissions will add 0.25-0.5C of warming as aerosol cooling is lost

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NASA climate science chief James Hansen’s description of the aerosol dilemma as a “Faustian bargain” has been dramatically illustrated in a new scientific paper b Read More

After the Arctic big melt: (1) A hotter planet

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by David Spratt The Arctic is a place of seasonal climate extremes, and it will become more extreme as the planet warms. “In the most dramatic reconfiguration of the map of t Read More

Is global warming in a hiatus? Not if you measure global heat content

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by Prof. Andy Pitman, via The ConversationProf. Andy Pitman, Univ. of NSWOn September 27 2013 the 5th Assessment Report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will Read More

The Conversion of a Climate-Change Skeptic

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By Joe Romm, a Climate Progress cross-post “The decadal land-surface average temperature using a 10-year moving average of surface temperatures over land. Anomalies are relat Read More
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