France’s Hollande says Paris climate change deal far from being implemented

Reuters: French President Francois Hollande said on Tuesday an international deal on climate change agreed in Paris last year was still far from being implemented [...]

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Nasa: Earth is warming at a pace ‘unprecedented in 1,000 years’

Guardian: The planet is warming at a pace not experienced within the past 1,000 years, at least, making it “very unlikely” that the world will [...]

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Geologists search for Anthropocene ‘golden spike’

BBC: The notion that we have entered a new geological age is real and should be formally recognised, according to an international report.
The verdict comes [...]

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Climate authority split is no surprise – Australia has fought same battle for 10 years

Guardian: The split in the Climate Change Authority is a rerun of the climate policy fight Australia has been having for the past 10 years [...]

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How hot was it Sunday in Anchorage? The old record high for the date was blown away

Dispatch: Anchorage’s sunny weekend weather set record-high temperatures — including one day by a margin of 7 degrees — after a rainy August.
Ted Stevens Anchorage [...]

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UK air quality shows little improvement over past 20 years, says study

Guardian: There has been little improvement in air quality over the past 20 years as transport planners focus on preventing road deaths, according to a [...]

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Climate simulations show effects of releasing permafrost carbon

Ars Technica: During the last deglaciation, between roughly 21,000 and 10,000 years ago, there was a rise in atmospheric carbon. This surge brought CO2 levels [...]

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The Social Cost of Carbon Is the Most Historic Climate Change Decision Yet

Daily Beast: One of the most significant court cases about climate change was decided earlier this month by a federal appeals court in Chicago. Given [...]

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Climate Change: Where Will Animals Move?

ScienceDaily: Scientists predict that as Earth warms and climate patterns morph in response, animals will be forced to move to survive. That usually means hightailing [...]

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Another Indonesian court convicts a company of causing fires

Mongabay: Pulp and paper supplier PT Bumi Mekar Hijau has been declared guilty of causing fires in South Sumatra by an appeals court in the [...]

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