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The rate of global mean sea level rise increased by about 50% between 1993 and 2014, with much of the increase contributed by Greenland.
Half a degree warming could make a world of difference.
Climate change is rapidly warming lakes around the world, threatening freshwater supplies and ecosystems.
Climate change will increase the risk of infection of mosquito-borne viral disease.
Giant hailstones to increasingly strike North America under climate change.
Fisheries in least developed countries among world’s most vulnerable to climate change.
Action needed to safeguard Ethiopia’s climate-threatened coffee industry.
Plant life on Antarctica is growing rapidly due to climate change.
Sea level rise may drive coastal nesting birds to extinction.
Deadly heatwaves could affect 74 percent of the world’s population.
Antarctic sea ice extent for May 2017 is the second lowest in the satellite record for the month.
January - May 2017 second warmest on record.
Tropical rainfall may increase more than previously thought as the climate warms.
Rising sea levels will boost moderate floods in some areas, severe floods in others.
Climate change could damage peatlands, causing major carbon emissions.
The oxygen in oceans has been declining for more than 20 years.
Small climb in mean temperatures linked to far higher chance of deadly heat waves.
Marine reserves help mitigate against climate change.
Fires, storms, insects: climate change increases risks for forests worldwide.
May 2017 was the second warmest May on record.
High release of nitrous oxide, a potent greenhouse gas, found from northern peatlands as permafrost thawed.
Jakobshavn Glacier, West Greenland, which holds a 0.6-m global sea level volume equivalent, has been speeding up and retreating since the late 1990s.
US decision to withdraw from Paris Agreement a 'major disappointment' – UN.
Less snow and a shorter ski season in the Alps.
Glacier shape influences susceptibility to melting.
Paris 1.5°C target may be smashed by 2026.
Methane emissions from the ruminant livestock had increased by 332% since the 1890s.
Reducing carbon emissions can prevent billions of people from being exposed to 'unknown' climate in the coming decades.
Land height could help explain why Antarctica is warming slower than the Arctic.
Doubling of coastal flooding frequency within decades due to sea-level rise.
Planting trees cannot replace cutting CO2 emissions.
Climate change could reduce global crop production by 23% in the 2050s.
January - April 2017 second warmest on record.
The most extreme rain events in most regions of the world will increase in intensity by 3 to 15 percent for every degree Celsius that the planet warms.
Why 2°C of global warming is much worst for Australia than 1.5°C?
Climate change will cut cereal yields.
April 2017 was the second warmest April on record.
Eating healthier food could reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Glaciers rapidly shrinking and disappearing.
China's severe winter air pollution problems may be worsened by changes in atmospheric circulation prompted by Arctic sea ice loss and increased Eurasian snowfall.
Ways of keeping communities out of harm’s way in a changing climate.
Warmer temperatures and thawing soils may be driving an increase in emissions of carbon dioxide from Alaskan tundra to the atmosphere.
The Arctic Ocean could be largely free of sea ice in summer as early as the late 2030s. Low-end projections of global sea-level rise are underestimated.
Medical alert! Climate change is harming our health.
Rising temperatures lead to increased fire risk in Indonesia.
Quantifying the influence of global warming on unprecedented extreme climate events.
Weather extremes and trade policies were main drivers of wheat price peaks.
Climate models have underestimated Earth’s sensitivity to CO2 changes.
No significant slowdown in the global warming trend.
Two-thirds of Great Barrier Reef hit by back-to-back mass coral bleaching.
Time is running out to save the 1.5°C target.
Arctic sea ice extent for April 2017 tied with April 2016 for the lowest in the satellite record for the month.
Next ten years critical for achieving the Paris Agreement targets.
Drylands face potential threat under 2°C global warming target.
Buckle up! Climate change to increase severe aircraft turbulence.
Thirteen million Americans could be displaced by rising ocean waters.
1.5°C vs 2°C global warming – half a degree does matter.
Renewable energy could be cost-effective option to meet Africa’s energy demands.
Climate change-driven species redistribution is affecting ecosystems and human well-being.
Nearly 4 million square kilometres of frozen soil could be lost for every additional degree of global warming experienced.
Contribution of natural variability in atmospheric circulation to sea ice loss.
Future atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide and climate warming potentially unprecedented in 420 million years.
The increase of devastating weather extremes in summer is likely linked to human-made climate change.
Ocean acidification spreading rapidly in Arctic Ocean in area and depth.
Glacier photos illustrate climate change.
Aggressive reductions in greenhouse gas emissions can halve the risk of heat extremes within two decades.
January - March 2017 second warmest on record.
Greenland's coastal ice caps passed a tipping point 20 years ago.
More heavy showers caused by climate change.
In fifteen years' time 60% of the ocean will be experiencing more than one of acidification, de-oxygenation and/or warming at once.
Carbon dioxide levels rose at record pace for 2nd straight year.
Sea ice extents in the Arctic and the Antarctic for March 2017 are the lowest in the satellite record for the month.
Changing climate has stalled Australian wheat yields.
March 2017 was the second warmest March on record.
Climate change is affecting global hot spots of marine biodiversity.
Warming ponds could accelerate climate change by releasing more greenhouse gases.
Climate change to shift global pattern of mild weather.
Climate change poses risks for ecosystems, human health and economy in Europe.
Deadly heat stress could threaten hundreds of millions even if climate targets reached.
A 50% increase in the frequency of weather conditions conducive to Beijing severe haze is projected under climate change.
1°C rise in environmental temperature could account for more than 100,000 new diabetes cases per year in the USA alone.
World Meteorological Organization: Climate breaks multiple records in 2016.
Arctic sea ice maximum extent at record low for third straight year.
Global warming hits poorest countries hardest.
Massive coastal flooding in northern Europe that now occurs once every century could happen every year if greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise.
Forests play a key role in meeting the objectives of the Paris Climate Agreement.
The amount of carbon released as a result of forest degradation is equivalent to 4.3 percent of total global emissions and almost five times greater than the emissions from global aviation.
Risk of rapid North Atlantic cooling in 21st century greater than previously estimated.
Sea ice extents in the Arctic and the Antarctic for February 2017 are the lowest in the satellite record for the month. The Antarctic sea ice minimum of 2017 is also a record low.
Increasingly dangerous fire weather is projected for Australia and the Mediterranean in future.
February 2017 was the second warmest February on record.
Decline in global oceanic oxygen content during the past five decades against the background of a warming climate.
Ocean acidification alters predator behaviour and reduces predation rate.
'Psychological vaccine’ could help immunise public against ‘fake news’ on climate change.
Exceptional heat in southeast Australia in early 2017: record high January temperature for Sydney and Brisbane, record high daytime temperature for Canberra, and many more...
Climate change impact on mammals and birds greatly under-estimated.
Anticipated electric cost surges in warming world.
Ice-free summers in Arctic Ocean could thwart Paris Agreement objectives.
Coal mine dust hastens Arctic snow melt.
The price of rising seas: drowning wetlands